Hot/Cold Relief Horse Boots
Versatile therapeutic boot for the lower leg to treat ligaments and tendons. Use hot or cold to assist speeding up recovery after strenuous exercise or injury. Minimizes swelling and inflammation, relieves pain, relaxes tight muscles and encourages blood flow. Gel packs can be heated with hot water or microwaved or cooled in water or freezer. Neoprene with 3 straps allows for a secure, supportive fit. Gel packs secure with touch close fasteners. Suitable for use on front or hind legs. Sold in pairs.
- Style: Therapy
- Brand: Shires Equestrian
"Great boots for the price"
Finding ice boots in pairs and for under $100 is a struggle so I was cautiously optimistic when I found these. They're plenty big enough for either the hind legs or front legs of my 17+hh, big boned TB. His sensitive soul was barely disturbed by them which is a miracle and they look fairly slip resistant and tough, although he'll never be left alone with them. I haven't need to freeze or heat them yet but I'm excited to have both options. I will say that if you're getting them for something short and petite like a pony these will probably be large but they should work out great for my needs.
"Nice ice boots!"
These work awesome and are nice and large to cover the whole tendon. My friend says they look exactly like ICE BOOTS! I'm able to use one boot for 10-15 minutes on each front legs and they are still cold!
My 23 year old has osteoarthritis after ever ride I am using cold therapy to help keep his swelling down these boots work wonders for him! Absolutely love them!!
"Awesome Ice Boot"
I've used the ice horse boots before and was looking for a cheaper alternative. I found these and I was beyond happy with how they cooled the legs. Highly recommended. I actually like these better than my Ice Horse boots because they seem to ice more evenly.
"Good quality product!"
Very good quality product. We are using it on a horse with a bowed tendon and the boot stays on and molds well to the leg. I would recommand this product without hesitation.