Basic Moisture Wicking No Bow Wraps 4 Pack

$13.47
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Product Summary:

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Moisture-wicking temperature-regulating wraps provide superior protection and support for tendons and ligaments. Cushion Material is highly ventilated to optimize air flow and keep legs cool and dry. Conforms to the leg to stay in place under polos or supportive bandages. Set of 4 wraps.

 

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Need something that will keep his legs as dry as possible and minimize heat. I hope these work as described.
Michelle A on Jun 24, 2015
similar to eskadron climatex
KATHY E on Mar 4, 2014
are these washable? are they okay to use w/ medication?
CHERYL F on May 21, 2015
Best Answer: They are nice and soft, although they are not very thick. I wash mine but do not put them in the dryer. For the price, if they get ruined by medication just buy a new pair. They were a little short on my horse's hind legs.
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Can you please tell me who the brand maker is?
Allison B on Jan 9, 2017
Best Answer: I don't know who the manufacturer is. I will tell you that these are very thin. I wasn't able to use them on my Thoroughbred because they were causing irritation. Due to cellulitis, he practically lives in standing wraps, so I know how to wrap a leg without irritation.
Reply · Report · Michelle A on Jan 10, 2017
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