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        06-22-2011, 11:41 AM
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    Mine are really old but I bought the weatherbeeta ones and I still have them probably 10 or 15 years later.

    Looks like the price has gone down since I got them...

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        06-22-2011, 12:03 PM
    Those Weatherbeeta one's are quite nice as well. A friend has a few pair of those for her horses, and before I got my boots, she allowed me to borrow hers. Very nice, easy to get on, easy to get off, very protective IMO.
        06-22-2011, 12:09 PM
    Originally Posted by ~*~anebel~*~    
    I splurged and bought the woof trailering boots a while ago. They are the large and I don't find the hind boots to be tall enough, I wrap my horses back legs with 14" no bows so its not like he's super leggy. But otherwise they are quite nice if they fit your horse. I only use them for short distance trips as I prefer wrapping for anything over an hour or so (which around here is pretty much everything). I would be tempted to try the horseware boots first before the woof boots.
    Good luck!
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    Thanks, anebel! I use cushing wrap (?) from Cashel on front legs at the moment (also from Dover). Never heard Woof makes those boots (and since my horses are smaller I don't think I have sizing problem). I believe Dover doesn't carry them, but then who knows. I'll try all they have down there!
        06-22-2011, 12:11 PM
    FP, how do you clean them?? I mean fleece should be dirty in no time (at least my wraps are - after just one ride). Plus my paint manages to mess them all in poop.
        06-29-2011, 09:00 PM
    Just an update... Got shipping boots today (the Pro ones, not cheapey). Failed... Happened what I was afraid going to happen - she managed to step on them doesn't matter how tight/high I placed them. So will be returning and going back to wraps (I going to buy longer ones for back legs in addition to those I use on front)...

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