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Hi everyone,

I am thinking about getting my boy either Back on Track polo wraps or the combi bandages. He already uses regular polo wraps and I was wondering why not get him the BoT ones? Has anyone had any experiences with either of these products?

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Not with polos, but I've been using their dressage pad for a while (for cold-backed horse), and now is using hock wraps (medical need). I do respect their products a lot. So I'd expect those you mentioned should be nice too.
 

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I've got the BOT quick wraps. (I'm too lazy for polos.)



I like extra coverage so I have the 16" for the hinds and 14" for the front.

I really can notice a difference when I have them on him for about an hour and a half. My horse has some residual mild swelling in his left hind from an old injury, when he stands too long. The BOT wraps make everything nice and tight!

I won't leave them on any longer than 2 hours though. When you take the boots off, you can really feel the warmth they generate for the therapy.
 

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I love the BoT products - my Irish Drafts tendon injury improved almost overnight after I invested in the wraps after my vet suggested getting them.
Money well spent.
 
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