$55.25 to $67.15
Designed specifically for the pleasure and trail rider. Easy to apply, this horse boot requires no strength or force. Closure system keeps boots secure even in the toughest of trail conditions. Ideal to carry... Read More
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Designed specifically for the pleasure and trail rider. Easy to apply, this boot requires no strength or force. Closure system keeps boots secure even in the toughest of trail conditions. Ideal to carry as a replacement for lost shoe.
Easyboot Trail also doubles as a therapy boot, helping horses recover from abscesses, hoof injuries, founder, navicular disease, punctures and sole bruises. Sole shape is slightly longer than wide allowing a broader range of horses to wear the boots comfortably and securely.
Sizes: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10
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- Brand: EasyCare
- Size: 1,0,2,4,5,3,6,9,10,8,7
- Dimensions: 4-1/8"- 4-5/16"W x 4-5/16" - 4½"L,3-15/16" - 4-1/8"W x 4-1/8"-4-5/16"L,4-5/16" - 4½"W x 4½"- 4¾"L,4½" - 4¾"W x 4¾" - 4-15/16"L,5-11/16" - 5-15/16"W x 5-15/16" - 6-1/8"L,5-15/16" - 6-1/8"W x 6-1/8" - 6-5/16"L
These are the worst boots ever! They break down and fall off in no time flat. I contacted easyboot and they did nothing. They said they are for light riding. Who rides light on a trail?
I borrowed a brand new pair from a friend to test out on a new horse that was too big for any of the boots I already had. Quickly found out that when you go through sloppy trails that have a lot of gravel and mud, the small gravel bits get in through the top.If you don't stop and clean them out, these small bits work down to hoof level and start grinding hoof wall away. They'd probably be fine on dry trails though. Ended up buying Epics for this horse instead.
Boots have held up great through water and mud as well as on pavement and gravel. Very happy!
"Easy Trail Boots"
At first I was ecstatic about how easy and how well the Easy Boot Trail boots were. But after only about 8 times using them the back support fell apart. I only used them when I would be riding mostly on paved rides or moderately rocky trails on my rides are never longer then a couple of hours. So I was very disappointed that they didn't last. Am now looking at other brands to found a more secure boot
these boots are amazing....i rescued a horse that had bad hooves and couldnt hold shoes well. after much vet. care and 6 months of healing abscesses,thin hoof walls,some founder,i put these boots on all 4 hooves INSTANTLY this horse was pain free...thinking that this boot couldnt be that good when i took them off he was tender footed again.so as for my horse...it works instantly an it only took 5 mins or so for him to adjust walking in them.after many yrs of neglect and pain...this horse now has new life...spunky happy pain free...he loves his boots and i love our rides together too....thanks to jeffers equine for this product
"Easy boot Trail"
I bought the Easy Boot Trail about a yr. ago. I love them. They have stayed on through water, mud, snow, and dry ground. I have put a bunch of miles on thes boots and they are holding up very well. I was concerned about the height of them and rubbing but not a problem at all. The only slight problem is weeds to tend to stick in the velcro but comes out easily. I love them and will buy another pr. when needed. I might add, I have carpel tunnel and the easy of the velcro is a blessing.
"velcro not good in lots of mud"
Too much thick mud caused the velcro to rub up and pull apart from its self. Once it was full of mud you could not get it to stick again. Like the boots for dryer terrain they stayed on well and did not rub. Not good in lots of mud.
"Easyboot Trail rocks"
I purchased a pair of Easyboot Trail boots for a founder prone horse with crumbly, sensitive hoofs. He has not been ridden since late winter and we decided to pull his shoes this summer. This weekend, he went on a 10 mile trail ride with his new boots. He was comfortable and the boots stayed on thru mud, water and rocks. He even cantered a little. Thanks to Easyboot Trail to giving a little more comfort and usability to an old friend.