Kevin, you know what im saying. Don't be snide. I have more tools in my arsenal than just a trim which many other trimmers seem to be ignoring. I don't need to use or apply metal shoes. I have NO desire to forge or wrestle with metal and I have, and will, happily refer a client to a traditional farrier when necessary. There is room for everyone and you might take note that I actually recommended this person stay shod, albiet in a non traditional shoe. I don't know any farriers who use alot of soleguard without a shoe. I have great success with it however on bare feet. The last horse I did kept his on for 4 weeks in the mud.
OP, the Easyboot trails are made for people who only ride up to 25 miles a week. I don't use them because I frequently ride longer than that. I prefer these when I have a choice and I replace the lower velcro with a buckle strap. The mud does not do well with velcro. Renegade Hoof Boots. The Real Leader in Hoof Boot Technology!