Six Pocket Ice Boot

$23.99
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Six Pocket Ice Boot

$23.99

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An effective way to apply ice after a vigorous workout, competition or injury, the Six Pocket Ice Boot protects your horse’s leg from the coronet band to just below the knee. This boot is made of nylon, with a neoprene inner layer and nylon pockets. Just insert ice into the pockets, wrap the boot around the leg and affix the six hook and loop straps for a perfect fit on a front or hind leg. Comes in hunter green with black straps.

Features:

· Prevents heat or swelling after exercise, competition or injury
· Front or hind leg
· Adjustable for a snug fit
· Soft loop fabric exterior over Neoprene
· Comfortable elastic interior
· Six hook and loop straps for a perfect fit

Item Specifications:

Dimensions: 22”H, 15”W (open)
Pockets measure: 5 1/2" W x 5 3/4" H
Color: Hunter Green
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good I bought this boot for my TB filly that had been injured in a race. The boot is great. I thought it came with ice pack inserts, but was wrong. The only trouble I have is with slippage. She is a stall walker though. I get the boot tight enough after 2-3 tries, then I am happy. I am well pleased with this product. Much easier than using wraps and vetrap! July 14, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Life Saver!!! My 8 year old gelding has a bad habbit of injuring himself without doing anything. I bought this because he started to limp and studder on flat land. It saved us the next day he ran barrels and poles. He looked like my 3 year old. So free and comforable. March 24, 2010
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