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    10-16-2009, 09:32 PM
Renegade Hoof Boots


I was using Easyboot Epics on my horse for about a month successfully. Until last weekend, during a fast gallop up a hill, the boot itself came of his hoof. The gator was ripped, while the rest of the boot was off, flapping against his foot. I am very reluctant to use the Epics again. It could have turned into a very dangerous situation if he tripped and fell.

I have been looking into Renegades. Does anyone know if you can jump in them?

Thank you!
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    10-16-2009, 09:57 PM
Yes you can. :)
    09-06-2010, 04:11 PM
Yep, I've been jumping in them for a while. I absolutely love the Renegades!!! I got mine studded on the bottom, so there is more traction. We can even trot and canter on packed snow/ice with them without slipping!
    09-06-2010, 05:15 PM
Several people from my local forum said they are using Renegades and really like them. But at least 2 of them said they lost the boot several times.

I personally don't like Epics much because I was always afraid the wire got loose (in fact had it happened on very first try). But I never had an issue with Bares or Edge.

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