Just some quick background info: my Tb has really flat soles and so has developed the habit of treading toe-heel to made himself more comfortable, which my barefoot trimmer has told me is very bad! So she's loaned me a pair of her old Easyboot Epics to try. So far I haven't noticed a HUGE difference, but he does seem to be smoother and travel easier with his front end (aparently the toe-heel problem was making him quite stiff in his shoulders and he feels like he's loosened up) he is also more, er, forward :roll:, so he must be travelling better.
The only problem with the boots is that the fine gravel in our area gets in and chews up the pads in the boots. So I was wondering if it putting bell boots on him would help minimise the amount of gravel that got into the boot?
Also, when jumping, would he need splint boots if he already has the Easyboots on? Or would they be enough protection? I assume they would act as fairly good shock absorbers.
Sorry for going off topic!