Basic Tendon Combo Skid Boots

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Blue

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Black

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Product Summary:

Neoprene boots with durable nylon pads, supportive tendon strap, double reinforced stitching and stainless hardware.  These skid boots are universal and can be used on the front or back of the horse. Sold in pairs.
 
Size:
Cob
 
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black BGA52 BLACK 193254BK 765839932549
Blue BGA52 BLUE 193254BL 765839932518
Red BGA52 RED 193254RD 765839932501

Product Reviews by Customers

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Only able to use them one time, the bottom strap closest to coronet band is too tight.
Wanted to return, too small, got them quite dirty.Will order another pair within next 30 days.very happy with quality though.
August 22, 2016
This product has great features
The combo tendon boots I purchased has worked out great for my horse and my mother's horse. There easy to put on and take off.
October 27, 2014
Good for the Money
I have four (4) pairs of these now. I do have one on which the material tore, not the stitching (as stated below). However, I also realize that at the time I only paid $12 for the pair! I mean I don't know about everyone else, but $12 is worth it to me on the trail rides I go on, even if I only get one use out of them. But of course, I've had those same boots for four (4) years now and nothing else has messed-up on them. So, when people mention our little tear me and Marlboro just tell them that's how tough we ride!! Also, I've never had an issue with rubbing. I do recommend getting the correct size for your horse. My horse is a 15.2 Quarter, but a lean, mean machine so he wears Small on the front and Cob on the back. If your horse is chunkier, definitely go bigger.
February 27, 2014
Horrible
I used these for barrel racing, and they ripped within the first couple uses. I recommend saving your money and buying a better product.
June 15, 2013
Poor Quality
As a few has mentioned before the stiches came loose on the very first use on a trail. I thought it would last a lot longer. The price is very good, but not for the quality. My suggestion is notify the manufacturer to increase the quality either stronger thread or reinforcements on the edges so the material does not pull through and rip.
September 10, 2012
Poor Quality
The stitching ripped on the first use, and the entire heel cup came off by 2-3 months. Not worth even the low price. If you only ride in an arena 30-60" once a week it will last longer, but completely worthless for cross country endurance.
February 11, 2012
Don't Bother
Don't bother with this product it's a waste of money. Don't be temped by the price. These were not even coming close to fitting my horse (14.2 h grade pony - he's a little stocky)and my other 14.2 h Quarter Horse hated them. Do not recomend this product at all.
November 5, 2011
great product
there small for my 15.3 paint but i can put all 4 straps on.i had then for about 1 year now and the side of 1 is starting the cone off but its time i git a new pair
September 24, 2011
May rub!!!
These fit a little small on my very petite paint horse, so spent time putting extra velcro on so they would fit more comfortably. waste of time, because once they fit they left bleeding sores on his pasterns! Im going back to my polo wraps. Nice quality though, if you can get them to fit correctly.
April 13, 2011
works great!
very nice product. the size is a bit small for my 15.2 quarter horse mare. the velcro does not wear out.nice product for the price.
November 30, 2010
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I'm a non-professional rider, who wanted reasonably priced protection and support for my horses legs. These are an excellent value!!
joyce g on Jan 28, 2015
I'm a non-professional rider, who wanted reasonably priced protection and support for my horses legs. These are an excellent value!!
joyce g on Jan 28, 2015
What size our these boots?
A shopper on Nov 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The black boots fit a small horse with thin legs. I originally bought them for a TB/QH but used instead on a small pony.
how to select correct size?
JoClair G on Jul 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These are cob-sized. The horse I use them on is a pretty light-boned 14.1 QH, and they fit and work great. If you had a smaller horse or pony with heavier bone I think they would work, but would probably be too small on anything taller than 14.2. Hope this helps!
Is this two boots or four boots?
Melanie on Jul 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Sold in pairs.
There is no sizing chart for this product. I have Arabians, How do I know the measurements of my horse might be a cob size?
A shopper on Nov 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Cob size is for horses approximately 500-800 lbs.
I was wondering if these could be used when I turn my horse out in pasture(6-8hours)?
She stocks up in the stall at night. We turn out everyday when possible and these might be a good solution for mud control?
A shopper on Nov 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If you just want something to keep mud off her mid leg I guess it would work. One thing to make sure is that they will fit your horse! I bought them and they were WAY to small, I tried them on all my smallest bones horse and they didn't fit anyone. We have a ranch with 18 horses, some of which are POAs (pony of America) still too small.
Other then that, they seemed to be well made.