Jeffers Uniquely English Tendon and Ankle BootsVentilated neoprene ankle boots with elastic hook stud closures.
Colors: Brown or Black.
Sold in pairs.
- Brand: Jeffers
- Type: Protective Boots
- Size: Medium
- Color: Brown, Black, White
"Perfect fit !"
I chose the medium for my 15.1 Quarterhorse and they fit perfectly. I thought they were going to be a little bit harder but for the price they are still good.
"So pleased with performance, fit and price"
I got the medium black ankle boots and they fit my 16h appendix gelding great. Lots of complements from my trainer on how nice they look and protect his legs. Buy these, instead of pricier boots that look similar! Your budget will thank you!
"LOVE these Boots!"
I love these boots! I am always getting compliments on them and they are such a great value!! My horse is NOT easy on boots, he has already gone through two sets of fair quality splint boots. I've had these for a little over a year, I jump school in them and show in them and they still look fabulous and are super durable!!
Bought these for my 14.1 QH cross with super tiny legs! They fit PERFECTLY! Although for reference, I'm not completely sure they'd fit a horse with legs that are any smaller. I had several people at my barn ask when I bought Equifits for my horse! They were genuinely shocked to hear the boots aren't the popular brand! My friend is planning on buying a pair in black for her eventing TB, who is 16.1hh, and is planning to order the Large, as the mediums were too small for her horse when we tried them on. As for durability, they got a few scuffs, but the scuffs rubbed right off with a soft brush! For dry dirt on the boots, I found the best way is to take a medium/soft brush and spend a while cleaning them off. For mud, a slightly wet rag does well. The boots dry nicely, but I try not to soak the neoprene on the inside, because the insides doesn't tend to get as muddy. My mare is pretty nice on boots, overall, so I think they should hold up pretty nicely to regular jumping. We jump using these 1-2 times a week, 3 at the most, especially now that summer is approaching and the weather is better! Just a tip, to help the elastic on the boots last longer, try going a hole looser then what you might usually do. Especially if the tightest hole is what you might put it on the first ride. After a month or two, the elastic will stretch out. (it's the same for everything with elastic, other boots, and clothing as well, just helps them to last longer!) Just a side note, they are a bit warmer in color then they look in the advertisement picture. Being a teenager who doesn't have a limitless pocket, these are perfect for my budget, and they look AMAZING on my pony! I'd definately recommend these for someone who is looking for a pair of affordable, attractive, and functional horse boots, that will fit a 14.1hh (maybe up to 15.2hh horse?) horse! LOVE THESE!
"Great boots for the price!"
I bought these (along with the matching front boots) in medium for my 14.1 quarter pony on the gamble that they would fit. They did! They look a lot like Equifits but are a fraction of the price. So far they've held up surprisingly well (my mare rips boots to shreds) and I am considering ordering another pair as backup. I definitely recommend these boots to anybody who wants high quality at a tiny price.