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    12-06-2008, 09:20 PM
Green Broke
BOOTS!! Splint? Open Front?!! HELP!

Okay im starting chance in jumping and want to get some boots to protect her legs and absorb the shock.

I was going to get splint boots but someone said those arent good to use for a long time...

Then I was going to get open font... but the only once I can find that I kind of like are one size fiits most horses... and there 41 bucks...

What are better to do jumping with???
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    12-06-2008, 09:35 PM
Originally Posted by HorsesAreForever    
What are better to do jumping with???

I prefer Eskadons.
    12-06-2008, 09:37 PM
I use boots like this for jumping.

Like with any gadget and accersory (SP) you don't want to become reliant on them, I am guessing you are going to be teaching him to jump, then a pair of boots on the front and back possibly could be a good idea untill he figures out what to do with his legs. Once he is used to jumping, you can probably take them off if he doesnt interfere with himself when he is jumping.

Open fronts are good with learning that way if they hit the jump with the front of their legs they will feel it and wont be too keen to knock the jump again
    12-06-2008, 09:39 PM
Green Broke
Any links??? I need some that arent really exspensive...
    12-06-2008, 09:47 PM
The ones I posted are from
And are only $20 NZD, but they probably arnt suitable as you are in a different country are you not?
    12-06-2008, 10:35 PM
Green Broke
Yeah im in the US..

Maybe Ill stick with polos still after winters over with.
    12-06-2008, 10:44 PM
I would go with open front boots. I found these ones for only $25, which is an amazing price.
You can also get the same ones but with fleece lining for just a few bucks more.

I like splint boots or galloping boots for flatting and trailriding because it provides more protection. Here are some inexpensive ones I found...

Also, I would suggest not using polo wraps for jumping because they can easily unravel during your ride, which could cause bad things to happen.

Hope this helped!
    12-06-2008, 10:58 PM
I personally use open front boots from Greenhawk and would definitely recommend these over splint boots. I love them! They provide good support, stay on well and allow the leg to breathe. Good luck with finding your pair!

*Oh, and polos are good too, but once you get more into jumping, you'll probably want something with more support.
    12-06-2008, 11:13 PM
Green Broke
Thanks everyone Ill have to take a look at this post again after winter! I am just getting chance started in jumping again so I don't think ill need any boots till we get a little more into it.

Everyone can keep posting im interested in what everyone likes to use!
    12-06-2008, 11:22 PM
Polos or Open Front should be satisfactory..

Also if your polos are coming undone when you ride or jump then you are not doing them correctly. There is nothing wrong with polos and jumping.

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