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post #1 of 3 Old 06-03-2010, 10:40 PM Thread Starter
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Question How to measure SMB boots?

I have a Appaloosa, so her measurements arent the same as say a AQH. And it is hard to figure out what size of SMB boots I should buy her. But I need to know how to measure her legs first. So, how do I measure her for SMB boots? Thank you.

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post #2 of 3 Old 06-04-2010, 12:01 AM
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Well....I have never had to measure Nelson for his SMB's - but he stands 16.3hh and is quite thick for a TB *most think he is draft x tb* and he wears a size 100 on his fronts and 200 on his backs. Or, if you are using the new generations, then a medium up front and large in the back.

I wish I could help you - but I say your safest bet would be Mediums or 100's. Get those, give them a try and if they are too small, or too big - you know where to go.

Keep your receipt, and ask the store if you can return them if they are not the correct size.

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thank you

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