Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Leg Wraps

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Product Summary:

Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Wraps

Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Wraps are a cotton/polyester blend material of state-of-the-art Welltex fabric. They reflect your horse’s natural body warmth and create a soothing far infrared thermal heat. Heat therapy is a well-recognized method used to help relieve and help heal injured muscles, joints, and tendons. These easy-on/off leg wraps may also reduce swelling without liniment or poultice.

When you wrap your horse’s legs with these Back on Track Horse Leg Wraps, the unique fabric creates gentle heat, which may help decrease swelling and soften or completely reduce wind puffs without the use of liniment or poultice. Use after a strenuous ride and leave them on overnight. You can also use them when you ship your horse. These leg wraps are ideal for injury recovery or prevention. Sold in pairs.

Item Specifications:

10", 12", 14", 16", 18"
Measure just below knee or hock to pastern to determine the correct size.


Machine-washable up to 90°F or 30°C. Use normal detergents that do not contain bleach or fabric softeners. Air dry only, do not tumble dry.

Instructions for Use:
Back on Track leg wraps should be introduced gradually. They should only be applied for a total period of 4 hours per day for the first 2-3 days. After that, it is recommended to keep them on overnight.
Caution should be used during the first 2-3 days as excessive use from the outset may cause legs to "fill up" due to increased blood circulation. However, this is a good sign of efficacy.
Please note that physical responses can be variable. Often you will notice a reduction of puffy or sore joints within a few hours or days. Occasionally however, you will need to persevere for 10 days to 30 days, particularly with established long-term injuries.

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
10 Inch E005762 10 20310000 7340041114650
12 Inch E005762 12 20310001 7340041106983
14 Inch E005762 14 20310002 7340041106990
16 Inch E005762 16 20310003 7340041107003
18 Inch E005762 18 20310004 7340041114667

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Have an older horse and hope this will extend his comfort level and usefulness.
Paulette O on May 31, 2017
Lot of my friends use them and love em'
Jodi S on Apr 6, 2017
Have an older horse and hope this will extend his comfort level and usefulness.
Paulette O on May 31, 2017
MICHELLE B on Apr 14, 2017
Lot of my friends use them and love em'
Jodi S on Apr 6, 2017
My horse had a deep digital tendon tear. I bought the back on track to heal the tendon tear. So far he his healing very well.
jeanne r on Feb 24, 2017
They keep my horse from stocking up and keeps them loose during travel.
Julia D on Nov 29, 2016
BOT products are the best. I use all their products to keep my barrel horse feeling her best!
STEPHANIE M on Jun 8, 2016
So much easier than ice boots for long horse shows
Kim S on Aug 13, 2015
best leg protection for hauling
KRISTI H on Feb 24, 2015
Nothing but good comments about this product
LIZ W on Jun 13, 2014
Recommended by friend. Free shipping was a plus since the manufacturer gets $8.95 to ship direct.
TOM M on Apr 5, 2014
MICHELLE B on Apr 14, 2017
My horse had a deep digital tendon tear. I bought the back on track to heal the tendon tear. So far he his healing very well.
jeanne r on Feb 24, 2017
ride with them on?
A shopper on Jan 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I would advise against it. They are kinda like a standing wrap and you'd risk tearing them off while riding. Back on Track does make a few different types of exercise boot/splints for riding.
I have a16 year old Tennessee Walker who has some dropped pasterns. Would these wraps give her some support while trail riding?
A shopper on Mar 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No. The "Back on Track" wraps are not designed to be used while riding. They are for overnight in the stall. They would not accomplish what you are looking for. I would recommend getting a pair of Professionals Choice sling wrap boots for riding. These offer significant pastern support with a strap that goes underneath the pastern and holds it upright and secure. They come in many colors.
Does 1 or 2 boots come in this when you order it?
A shopper on Oct 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They come in pairs. I have 2 pairs. The 10 in for the front legs and I believe the rear leg pair is 14 in. I love them. I also have the bell boots too. The bell boots run big so if your horse wears a lg in standard bell boots then order them in med. I use them before and after we run barrels. They have helped keep my gelding from being sore. I love Back On Track Products!
It doesn't help to know the canon bone length if you do not say which size wrap works for the size of the canon bone. My horse's canon bones are 8" but I do not see size 8. What size would I use then?
Cindy V on Jul 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If you horse has a size "8" cannon bone then unfortunately these would not work. The smallest size these come in is "10"
how do you size them? what would a horse with medium splints need??
A shopper on Nov 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Measure the length of the canon bone to determine the correct size.
can you use these as standing wraps?
A shopper on Aug 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: My vet recommended these when my horse was stall-bound after a lower leg injury. My trainer applied them when the horse first started back to working out in the round pen after the vet cleared her for activity. I use them now when I am going to trailer her somewhere. They are easy to apply and work well. I don't know if I answered your question.....maybe you should check with your vet?
What is a suspensory injury?
A shopper on Apr 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: A suspensory injury is damage to part of the suspensory ligament that runs along the back of the horse's lower leg and underneath the fetlock joint. It is a common site for injury, usually either from repetitive stress or a "bad step." Recovery is a very slow process because ligament fibers do not have the blood supply of muscle fibers, and re-injury is common. These Back on Track Boots are used as both preventive support therapy and as a healing aid.
Do these work well on current tendon injuries?
Kathy C on Mar 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I bought them for use on my barrel horse. He bowed a tendon in July and I have loved them. I have a full set of the quick wraps, a mesh sheet and neck cover, and the hock boots. My horses love them!! Highly recommend! Plus, they have studies to prove they work!
I am buying the back on track hock boots for my 16 hand thoroughbred after she had hock surgery, to have her hocks protected. I am buying the M size. I wanted to use the hock boots together with the quick leg wraps on both of her hind legs. Can I do that and what size should I get for the quick leg wraps to have them fit with the hock boots comfortably? Thanks
A shopper on Dec 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: if you are putting the quick leg wraps on top of the hock boots you may want to order a size up
What size would work best for a regular size horse?
Madeline on Nov 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You would need to measure the length of the canon bone to determine the correct size.
Are these front and backs or just fronts or just backs?
A shopper on Sep 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Can be used on the front legs, that's what I use mine on. Measure the leg though, as most horses wear a smaller size in front than they do hind.
BETH S on Aug 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I don't see why not. My horse had an injured tendon on right front and I put it on every night for a couple months and wrapped during day as they advise not to use 24/7. She is fine now. I think it helped. There is no designation as in regular splints as to left ,right, etc.