Now this is something I am pondering ....
For those that have the Pegasus Air Boots, do they really let air flow in? I have never seen a pair in person, and you can't tell by an internet photo. If they honestly do, that wouldn't be a bad idea for longer trailer rides.
What about wrapping with No Bows and standing wraps for long rides. Now I've got to thinking if that would allow any heat to build up during a long trailer ride.
I wouldn't think that polo wraps would build up heat, since they are lighter and more breathable.
What about general shipping boots (for those that do use them on long hauls). All that hard exterior shell and fleece lining ... does that build up heat during a long haul on the legs?
My mind is just really pondering now what could cause those legs to heat up during a long haul, like they would if you put (for example) Professionals Choice SMB boots on.
***I will be adding this question to my list of questions for my vet that I ask during health exams for the horses.***