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Secure-Fit™ Overreach Boots

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Secure-Fit™ Overreach Boots

Professional's Choice

Provides protection to the hoof and pastern. These vinyl boots w/Ballistic binding help absorb the impact of overreaching. A soft no-turn knob prevents the boot from spinning and the hook and loop fastener keeps them securely in place.

Patterns: Peace, Tie-Dye, Stars, Flower, Giraffe or Houndstooth, Butterfly, Red with Black Crosses, Black with Red Crosses, Lime (glitter), Pink (glitter), Purple (glitter), Turquoise (glitter).
Sold in pairs.

Item # Description Price Each Qty
PL1-B1 Secure-Fit™ Overreach Boots, Medium Each $26.95
PL1-B8 Secure-Fit™ Overreach Boots, Large Each $26.95

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 - Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Never Turn
Reviewed By:  Horse_Chick (Pueblo, Colorado) 
I love these boots. With the no-turn knob they fit perfect. Never have lost one....never had one turn!

 - Saturday, January 14, 2012
Stylish & Functional
Reviewed By:  Schuy (Texico, IL) 
I purchased these overreach boots last year, and they are still doing awesome! The sizing runs a bit big, and I've noticed the Mediums don't fit my smaller QH. But the ones they DO fit on, are wonderful! They don't turn and stay secure. The only complaint I have is the covering on the boots (like a plastic film) did tear with use, but I just peeled it off as it did and they STILL look great and haven't torn the fabric or boot at all! I travel to a lot of shows, and always get compliments! Great product!

 - Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Reviewed By:  Lora (Victoria, BC) 
These bell boots are ok. They are fun to look at with great colours, very durable but, have a hard time staying on even with the double velcro. I found that they tend to turn around the hoof even with the no-turn stopper, and when my horse was going on a sharp turn, the boot flew off her foot. I think they could use some inproving.
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