Roma PVC Ribbed Velcro Bell Boots

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Product Summary:

Roma PVC Ribbed Velcro Bell boots
  • Size: Cob
  • Double tape closure for ease of use
  • Offers protection from overreaching

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black E006456 BLK 180361 9329028277814
Burgundy E006456 BUR 180386 9329028277937
Hunter Green E006456 HGR 180391 9329028277968
Navy E006456 NVY 180376 9329028277906
Purple E006456 PPL 180371 9329028277876
White E006456 WHT 180366 9329028277845

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Great product!
I leave bell boots on my horses 24/7 and these are great! Super cheap and if they get destroyed not a big deal. I don't like how the Velcro is, that is the biggest problem I have had. My horses rip out the Velcro, its like they need a better sewing job and keep the Velcro on. Otherwise they are great!
October 3, 2016
Great Value
great value in a pinch. We needed some for jumping and they seem to be ok
June 26, 2016
Cheap but holding up great!
I bought numerous pairs for my 4 year old gelding to help protect him from pulling shoes. I cant stand paying much for boots that'll get ruined and torn up. I put in pair on him he's work them for about 3 weeks and they are still in great condition. Will continue to purchase without a doubt!
July 19, 2015
Not for long term wear
My active gelding tore these up in a matter of a few days. Not terribly expensive per pair, but too expensive to be so disposable.
July 28, 2014
These are the only bell boots I have used on my horse for the past 4 years!
These boots do not rub my TB's feet. They are durable with replacement being necessary about every 4 months and my horse is turned out 24/7. He over reaches when he is cantoring so it is necessary that he constantly has these boots on during turn out. I use them when I work him in the arena. However I don't use them on trails. I ask that the barn worker change them every two days to be sure they have not collected dirt/mud. The price on these boots make them very affordable. I have ordered them for other riders at the barn.
January 23, 2014
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good price!
S T on Jun 27, 2014
good price and good reviews
PAMELA F on May 9, 2014
good price!
S T on Jun 27, 2014
to protect my horse's shoes, it got great reviews
Kim G on Jun 19, 2014
good price and good reviews
PAMELA F on May 9, 2014
good price.
sue j on Mar 14, 2014
to protect my horse's shoes, it got great reviews
Kim G on Jun 19, 2014
good price.
sue j on Mar 14, 2014
I am considering these Roma PVC Ribbed Velcro Bell Boots for a large 14.2 pony. Will these fit this pony? or be too large? She currently wears small-medium bell boots
A shopper on Nov 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I bought these for my 13h petite arab. I had to trim them up a bit but they work. The photo makes them look a little contoured in the back but they are just standard rubber bell boots. They also turn quite a bit. I also glued some fleece to the top rim so they might be more comfortable. Overall, they were a good purchase.
do the come in a pair or each?
becky r on Jul 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: These boots come in a pair. They look like they are molded in the photo, but they are regular-shaped bell boots. I had to trim them up because my Arab is tiny. All-in-all good for the money, though.
My mare is about 15-16 h and has kind of small feet will these fit on her and also will these also work on the back hooves?
A shopper on Nov 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I like these PVC boots for when I ride in the desert since cactus thorns don't stick to them. I've never used them on the rear hooves nor have I ever seen any bell boot used on the rear. I think the angle of the leg and hoof may not align for proper fit. But it's worth a try. I use mine because of over reaching.
My horse is 15th, was a stud for many years and from foundation bloodlines. So he is bulky and they fit him well.
What difference in size between full and cob?
Travis H on Apr 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The weight of the horse, so a cob weighs 500-800 lbs. an average size horse is 800-1000 lbs.
Are these big enough for a 2100-lb. draft?
Kathy H on Jan 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No, they are cob size and would be too small for a draft horse.
What are the measurements for the large size bell boots?
dressagequeen on Sep 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately these only come in Cob size.