Basic Smooth Rubber Velcro Bell Boots

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Product Summary:

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These heavy-duty rubber boots come with Sure Grip, double locking Velcro® closures to assure a secure fit. That's right, they have Velcro® closures inside and out!  Sold in pairs.
 
Small = 10" around top, 4" tall
Medium = 11" around top, 4" tall
Large = 12" around top, 4" tall

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MICHELLE B on Apr 14, 2017
One of my young, just started mares steps on her coronet bands at times.
DEBORAH P on Oct 24, 2015
Sturdy bell boot and great product for the money. We use bell boots on our horse for turnout and workouts so they get a lot of use.
KAREN P on Mar 31, 2016
I need a cheap, sturdy bell boot for my shod pony.
Amanda S on Jan 2, 2015
How do the sizes fall? specifically need to know how "long" they are from pastern to ground.
A shopper on Aug 6, 2015
Best Answer: I would say they run big. I think the product description says they 4" long. I bought a medium (that's what my mare wears in other brands) and had to exchange them for a small. Hope that helps! :)
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Is it normal for these to rip after 3 uses? My filly split one straight down the back.
Lori S on Aug 2, 2015
Best Answer: No mine lasted for months unless they step on them they rip.. But that's what I want I had one rip after a little while but they stumbled in the pasture and the rubber boot saved the foot from injury
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