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Which Support boots?

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  • Classic equine 4 pack support boots
  • Support boots for horses hind

 
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    01-14-2011, 12:10 PM
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Originally Posted by horseluver50    
I figured out how to put them on right, but that's another reason why I don't like them, they are hard to put on.

Were the ones that ripped on your horses hind legs? Most barrel racers use SMB skid boots on the hind leg. That might work.
Another reason I like CEs, skid boot and support boot in one!

Yes. And the lining/stitching on the inside ripped, as well as the suspensory strap on the front.

Boots are expensive, so I prefer to spend money on ones that last. I do confess I have a 4 pack of lime green, but I only use them once in awhile. I must say, Cash looks quite handsome in them .
     
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    01-14-2011, 07:14 PM
  #12
Weanling
Classic Equine legacy boots are my choice.
     
    01-15-2011, 03:36 PM
  #13
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Bre    
Hi, I was wondering what type of support boot people would prefer; Classic equine Legacy support boots or Professional choice SMB II. I need to purchase another pair and Can't decide which ones to get. Thanks
As you can see by all the comments, support/protective sport boots are completely personal preference. What works for one person and their horse and what they like may be totally opposite of someone else and their horse!

But the main idea is that you use SOMETHING to protect your horse. And certainly make sure it is one of the name brands. Yes they are expensive but they are an investment for your horse.

I am sure there is one thing we can all agree on here, and that is the $20 junk off-brand sport boots that are advertised are just that --> junk. Don't even bother with those!
     

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