Basic Pillow Leg Wraps 2-Pack

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14 Inch

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Product Summary:

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For use as a bandage under polo/standing wraps. Designed in the likeness of old-time multi-bandages of sheet cotton that required an endless wrap around, the washable, fade-resistant pillow wrap is ultra-thick (½" layer of batting) for added protection and comfort. The exterior is poly/cotton broadcloth and inside is an absorbent, breathable bonded fiber.
The fabric is inert to chemicals so medicines can be applied safely, and the seams are inside the wrap instead of on the edge where they can cause irritation. The edges are double folded to help eliminate fraying. Sold in pairs.
Size: 30"L

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This was a gift
Susan F on Dec 3, 2016
Injured horse - lame on right front.
J A on May 16, 2014
Good price for a stable staple. Can't have too many of these.
BROOKLYN T on Mar 29, 2016
I needed them for after hard ride
Rachel N on Apr 1, 2014
can they be used for shipping?
A shopper on May 20, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, they can be used for shipping. They can be wet down, too, for keeping the legs cool. They machine wash just great. Caveat: as always, just be sure you know how to properly wrap so you don't inadvertently injure your horse's legs by bowing tendons or create loose wrappings that slip and cause an accident in the trailer.
Reply · Report · Carrie M on May 20, 2015
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What is the best size? 14 or 20
jeanette l on Jul 22, 2016
Best Answer: I would say the 14. Those are the wraps I got for my mare and they we're still fairly large with room on the top and bottom to fit a larger leg. She's a pretty average sized horse so I can't even imagine how the 20s look on a leg.
Reply · Report · Jaime F on Jul 24, 2016
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