T-Boot RSL Hind Boots

EquiFit
2 Reviews
Price:
$249.00

Description

T-Boot RSL Hind Boots utilize EquiFit’s unique design and innovative technology to encourage improved hind end action from your horse. Removable “pressure points” allow you to adjust these boots to each horse’s individual needs, while the T-Foam liner provides shock absorption and conforms to the shape of the leg. Perfect for horses that need help completing their jump with their hind end.

Details

Features:
  • Durable EverLeather shell
  • T-Foam conforms to the leg
  • Breathable
  • Shock-absorbing
  • Two hook-and-loop velcro closures
  • Removable “pressure points” adjust to your horse’s needs and encourage better hind end action

Instructions

Sizing Guide:

Small: Large Pony (14.0-14.3hh) - 10.5-11.25” Circumference
Medium: Small Horse (15.0-15.3hh) - 11.25-12” Circumference
Large: Standard Horse (16.0-16.3hh) - 12-13” Circumference
X-Large: Oversize Horse (17hh+) - 13-14” Circumference

How to fit your EquiFit boots: 

For a more accurate fit, measure the circumference of your horse's ankle using a soft measuring tape. In order for EquiFit boots to work properly, they must fit very securely. More contact with the horse’s leg means more support and protection.

Notes

FarmVet Tip:
T-Foam will become firm in cold weather, making it difficult to strap them around your horse's legs. Store these boots in a climate-controlled room or hold them against your horse's body for a short amount of time to let them soften up and you're ready to go!

Ratings & Reviews

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Expected more for the price

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Got muddy during a trail ride and the things you loop the Velcro through started to turn bronze as the black started coming off. Arena dirt kept getting into the top of these boots when my horse would sit back. Maybe they’re ok just for shows? But for my everyday use including trail rides I expected more out of a $250 boot

Perfect height pressure boots

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The velcro cuts into the horses legs. This is definitely a common problem with these type of pressure boots, but it is easily solved with equifit gelsox. The low profile is great for horses that may get a little too responsive to the higher pressure boots.