EasyCare Easyboot Cloud Hoof Boot

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Product Summary:

EasyCare Easyboot Cloud Hoof Boot
 
The New Easyboot Cloud is a therapeutic hoof boot system designed to give comfort and support to horses with thin soles, abscesses, founder, laminitic stages, stresses of shipping, recovery after workouts or stalling on hard surfaces.  It also provides instant and ongoing relief for horses suffering from chronic lameness and general lower limb or hoof problems by aiding movement and reducing recovery time after injury or surgery.  The seams and edges are made of industrial strength Cordura® upper and are rounded for safety.  A padded collar provides additional relief to the pastern area.  Three air vents provide air circulation to keep the hoof cool while preventing the accumulation of dirt and debris.  Each Easyboot Cloud comes with a removable closed-cell EVA standard pad.  Replacement pads are sold separately.  The Easyboot Cloud may be used in conjunction with the EasyCare Therapy Click System®.  Sold individually.
 
Features:
  • Therapeutic hoof boot system for comfort and support for ailments
  • Provides relief from chronic lameness and lower limb or hoof problems
  • Air vents for circulation while preventing dirt accumulation
  • Secure fit allows for light turnout
  • Back folds down for easy installation and removal
  • EVA comfort pad conforms to the hoof and provides comfort and support to the sole
  • Supportive tread reduces loading of the peripheral hoof wall spreading weight across the entire solar area
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
0 E015315 0 SB-EBC-0 670786005140
00 E015315 00 SB-EBC-00 670786005133
1 E015315 1 SB-EBC-1 670786005157
2 E015315 2 SB-EBC-2 670786005164
3 E015315 3 SB-EBC-3 670786005171
4 E015315 4 SB-EBC-4 670786005188
5 E015315 5 SB-EBC-5 670786005195
6 E015315 6 SB-EBC-6 670786005201
7 E015315 7 SB-EBC-7 670786005218
8 E015315 8 SB-EBC-8 670786005225

Product Reviews by Customers

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Fantastic
I can not say enough GOOD things about this shoe. The vet told us to put our 34 year old horse down because of an injury and severe tendinitis. He could not put ANY weight on his foot. We got on the internet and found The Cloud Shoe so we decided to at least give it a try. It WORKS. The first time we put it on he could stand on his foot and within a couple of days he was walking good. It took about 6 months to heal completely and now 2 years later he is actually running. Have Patience and try this wonderful shoe. We now use The Cloud shoe to help any of our horses to recover from pain and lameness from time to time. The Cloud is well worth it's price.
March 21, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
Highly recommend this product
Awesome boots
October 12, 2017
Purchased
9 months ago
Biggest size was just a bit too small
If you own a draft horse, the biggest size might not fit. I measured my Belgian's hoof carefully and thought it would work but it didn't. I could get it on the hoof but the boot wouldn't close properly. I used the thick insert inside the Cloud boot to slip inside a Davis hoof boot and that worked. It would be good if these boots were more adjustable. It's so hard to find anything that fits a draft horse hoof. Boot seems well made but I can't rate how tough it is because my horse isn't wearing it.
July 6, 2017
PERFECT FOR A HORSE WITH LAMINITIS
These boots were recommended by a friend. I hesitated at first because the price seemed high. Out of all the approaches to helping out a horse with too much pain to walk very far this is the single best purchase I have made. The horse's weight is distributed to the sole in a way that allows the new lamina forming with the horn growth to remain unstretched. You can get your horse to walk around for exercise with Bute but I believe that is actually causing damage if the horse inadvertently stresses the fragile areas of healthy tissue. There is a night and day difference with how far and freely my horse roams with these boots. These boots have allowed him to rejoin his herd for large periods of each day and that contributes to his overall well being and life force. We've used them for 3 months and they are just starting to wear out. A great investment in my opinion. I will be buying another set.
June 6, 2017
Laminitis Cushion
A little spendy but well worth it. They stay on. Well made. EASY to put on. I would order extra pad sets at the onset. He managed to get one twisted a bit and the impression then was off center. Only suggestion would be to add warp around velcro to go over the two velcro flaps. They work well, but he was able to get ahold of a corner and chew it up. It still stayed on though. But I think that is how he twisted it a bit.
February 20, 2017
Badly made
I bought these boots for my foundered QH. One lasted a week and a half the other 2 weeks. The strap on one came apart and on the other the material it was made of fell apart. Service from both companies was superb. The item just isn't made well enough to last for a long time on the hoof. My horse was not active as he is foundered. Just walked the best he could in them. Shame. The item looked really good out of the box. Just couldn't take the pressure of a horse walking in them. They are very easy to put on your horse. Wish they were made with better material.
September 17, 2016
Shoes were unusable within two week
My laminitic horse needed a shoe solution and my vet recommended "Clouds." While they were just the solution to help him walk without pain, after the first few days, the boots started to tear along the back piece and eventually on both shoes. I tried to duct tape them but they became so distorted, he would have them turned completely backwards within 12 hours of wear. For the most part he wore them only in the barn lot (less than an acre) and his stall. Because I need a boot solution, I have ordered a smaller pair and will be watching carefully to see if the same thing happens.
July 5, 2016
an excellent new product
The easy boot cloud, a relatively new product, is great. I purchased this new boot option from easycare after looking at the video on the easycare web site. Horse.com had a good price on the product. The back of the boot rolls down make it much easier to apply to the horses foot. You have to clean the hoof well prior to application and make sure that if you have two front boots (which we do) that the proper shoe goes on the correct foot as the pad gradually conforms to the foot. The Velcro closure is very strong but we have still reinforced with duct tape here is KY as we have had so much rain and mud. "Our boy" is so much more comfortable and loves his new boots. I have already cleaned once and use the pressure washer at the car wash when I clean the car and myself up after being mudded up at the farm.
December 1, 2015
This boot is so helpful
My older gelding has been diagnosed with his coffin bone rotating and dropping. This boot with its extra pad has enabled him to walk without a limp and to be able to join his friends in the pasture.The boot gives his whole hoof support and cushion. I am so grateful to see him walking without the head bob and limp. The boot stays on even with turn out and when we take it off each day to clean it, there is no dirt or sand in the boot.
October 20, 2015
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Pony with laminitis
RENEE T on Nov 25, 2015
Pony with laminitis
RENEE T on Nov 25, 2015
My horse's feet measure 5" width x 5" length. Which size would you recommend?
Mimi C on Jan 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: EasyCare recommends to take hoof measurements in milimeters for accuracy. Here is a link to the sizing chart from the product description to help you decide:
http://www.horse.com/ContentFiles/Sizing_Charts/E015315.jpg
Are these boots recommended for riding?
A shopper on Feb 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely not. They are meant for horses with laminitis, abscess, injury. They are for light turn out only.
Go to the easy care website for more details. But there would be no traction either. These are similar to Easy Care Rx which are also for horses not being ridden for the most part.
Is it waterproof for muddy turnout? My guy has an abcess and this looks like it would be helpful.
LORA E on Dec 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Lora,
Yup, waterproof it is......We live in KY and have had rain and mud up to our necks.....It has been wonderful for our boy...I would recommend that you write on the outside of the boot which is right and left as this boot's pad conforms to the underhoof as it wears. This boot in my opinion is superior to the others on the market. It stays on well although we have also additionally duct taped as the mud is so bad here in KY that it is sucking up everything in site...including small animals...just kidding. I would suggest you power wash after use...I have been taking them to the car wash when I clean the car ,my own boots and our boys boots of all that mud.....
Did I mention mud!!! Our boy is very comfortable in these boots and is able to run and move about the pasture with his pasture mate without a problem.
Happy new year.
Hope this helps.
Val J, KY
Do you get the blue pad insert with the boot?
Amanda on Nov 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, each boot comes with one insert. I ordered extras anyway so I would have a backup.
Am I correct to assume that we need to go by actual foot measurements when picking size and not the size shoe the horse normally wears?
Shay W on Jan 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you neede the actual hoof measurement. The most accurate way is usually to stand the horse on a piece of non-corrugated cardboard and trace around the hoof. That way you include all the weight-bearing surface. Here is a link to the size chart. EasyCare recommends to use the mm measurements for the most accuracy.
https://www.horse.com/ContentFiles/Sizing_Charts/E015315.jpg
how do i know the size to order?
A shopper on Sep 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I went to their website and got directions on how to measure.

After a fresh trim, measure the width of the hoof across the bottom at the widest point.
Measure the length of the hoof from the toe to the buttress line of the heel. ...
Compare your measurement with the appropriate size chart. ...
Ideally, the length and width measurement will fit into the same size.
Can this boot be used on a hind leg?
A shopper on Jun 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes...can be used front or back. Howeever, you need to measure very accurately. My pony with chronic laminitis twisted hers around and imprinted the pad all wrong. The boot is a bit big on her..sloppy fit. I missed the window to return so I now have size 8 boots I can't use. I prefer the Soft Ride boot...better fit and hold up well.
Is this a pair or single boot?
A shopper on Jul 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi, this is a single boot.....It is important to measure each of the horse's front hooves. They may require a different size for each of their front hooves. My boys love these boots. They are both older and the boots, although expensive, are worth every penny.
Hope this helps,
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after removing my older horses comfort shoes for the winter his sole is very sore . I had hoped it would harden for him as we are working to get his white line lessened and that is coming, our ground hardened before we got good snow so he has gotten sore on both front feet. He is a turned out guy who can get in his stall at will, he's not active running or anything ,just mosies around he was good till just recent, would these help him or keep the sole really soft which I don't want.?
Carol M on Dec 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They will help his feet to feel much more comfortable as the cold ground and the cold in general is much more painful for the horse and the boots will keep his feet warmer and the cushioning is good. you will however have to dry them out regularly , maybe use a foot powder to prevent thrush if he wears them full-time. His soles are probably very thin and need time to thicken without anyone carving into them. The boots will allow more comfort as the sole becomrs thicker.
Can the Easy Boot Cloud be used without a pad?
A shopper on Oct 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is not the way the boot is designed as far as I can determine from the Easy Care Site. I would address this question specifically to the EasyCare foks.
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can these be for horse that need boots in the snow? i liv in a place where it snoes a lot in the winter and my horses need boots to keep the snow out of?
A shopper on Feb 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: These boots are great to keep the hoof from snowballing or iceballing..however they stretch somewhat when they get wet so make sure you follow the sizing chart and do not size up. I have to put thick socks on my girl to keep the boots on when wet. Hope this helps.
i have a pair of easyboot gloves size1.5 ...would i order the same size clouds?
A shopper on Oct 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: My experience with the cloud boot was that it ran a little small. I measured the hoof as they instructed you to do, also had my farrier measure to make sure we got the same results. I used the measurements per their sizing chart and the boot was too small to use when I received it. It also has a very low angle from the toe of the boot to the top. One problem with it not fitting was we couldn't get the horses hoof in the boot far enough because of the angle. Hope this helps.
can i spray boots with water proofing ?
A shopper on Nov 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I don't know....I would contact EasyCare Inc. directly for the answer to this question.
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is it best to size up or down?
A shopper on Sep 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: size up
My horse is 4.5 width and 5.5 length. What size would you recommend?
Valorie P on Jan 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Here is the sizing chart from the product description to help you decide:
http://www.horse.com/ContentFiles/Sizing_Charts/E015315.jpg