Equilibrium Tri-Zone Over Reach Boots

Tri-Zone Over Reach Boots have been developed to provide an extremely hard wearing boot that offers safe protection from over reach injuries. The carefully designed shape of this innovative boot minimizes the risk of an accident resulting from the horse treading on the boot.
Manufacturer: Equilibrium
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£24.95

  • Carefully designed and shaped for the perfect fit
  • Super tough strike guard to protect the heel area.
  • Anti-spin heel button
  • Waterproof and rot proof
  • Easy to wash, easy to wear

FAQs

Can the Tri-zone® Over Reach Boots be worn 24 hours a day? As with any product, the Tri-zone® Over Reach Boots should be removed daily and the hoof/heel checked for any signs of rubbing or irritation. It is also very important that the inside of the boots are kept clean to prevent chafing.

How do I know I have the correct size? If you find that the boots are moving up and down as the horse moves then they are too big. Try overlapping the edges and the straps to tighten the boot, however if the back edge of the boot is still in direct contact with the ground the boot is too big for the horse. Try the next size down. Equally, if the straps do not do up at the front then the boot is too small.

Care Instructions
Hand wash in lukewarm water using mild detergent. Do not tumble dry or dry over direct heat such as radiators. For stubborn stains, use a stain removal bar of soap such as Vanish. Rinse thoroughly.

  • Carefully designed and shaped for the perfect fit
  • Super tough strike guard to protect the heel area.
  • Anti-spin heel button
  • Waterproof and rot proof
  • Easy to wash, easy to wear

FAQs

Can the Tri-zone® Over Reach Boots be worn 24 hours a day? As with any product, the Tri-zone® Over Reach Boots should be removed daily and the hoof/heel checked for any signs of rubbing or irritation. It is also very important that the inside of the boots are kept clean to prevent chafing.

How do I know I have the correct size? If you find that the boots are moving up and down as the horse moves then they are too big. Try overlapping the edges and the straps to tighten the boot, however if the back edge of the boot is still in direct contact with the ground the boot is too big for the horse. Try the next size down. Equally, if the straps do not do up at the front then the boot is too small.

Care Instructions
Hand wash in lukewarm water using mild detergent. Do not tumble dry or dry over direct heat such as radiators. For stubborn stains, use a stain removal bar of soap such as Vanish. Rinse thoroughly.

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