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Theissyhunterjumper 02-12-2012 12:48 AM

$200 bell boots, really??
Okay so I was browsing at some bell boots and came cross the Veredus Carbon Shield Heel Protector Boots and I thought Oh those are really nice thinking they were probably around $80 at the most then I looked at the price and was shocked! Really I wouldn't pay $200 for bell boots. I got mine for $5 and work great (regular pull on ones)! So I'm wondering would you guys pay this much? And why?
And here's a link to were you can buy them
Veredus Carbon Shield Heel Protector Boots and Bell Boots | EQUESTRIAN COLLECTIONS.COM

SorrelHorse 02-12-2012 12:50 AM

I don't know a lot about them. never seen them in person. I use the Classic Equine No-Turn DSL boots and they work fantastic.

Theissyhunterjumper 02-12-2012 12:51 AM

Yeah I was looking at them. Neither have I but even If I did I doubt I would even think about it. Haha

sierrams1123 02-12-2012 02:23 AM

they look bad ass! but also like they would not hold up in my world.

ChingazMyBoy 02-12-2012 03:14 AM

I actually rode a horse in them once and they drove him crazy - swapped to normal bell boots and had no issues. It was strange.

My horse - he has $10 - $15 dollar bell boots. They're good quality, so they don't break. But I also don't mind if he looses one out in the paddock.
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Kayty 02-12-2012 03:29 AM

I use Eskadron fleece lined bellboots, pay AU$70 for the pair. Absolutely love them :)

ChingazMyBoy 02-12-2012 05:03 AM

Kayty - what have you found is different between them and the average bellboots?

Kayty 02-12-2012 05:47 AM

They don't slip, they don't rub, they protect extremely well against knocks and they last a heck of a long time. I was going through multiple pairs of plain old rubber bell boots with Hugo. In the paddock he'd go through a set of 4 nearly every fortnight. Under saddle, didn't even make a mark on the Eskadrons and never had an over reach injury in them.

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