I absolutely love my BOT quick wraps, I use them on all 4 legs, 14 inch on front and 16 inch on back. They have hock boots as well, my horse is super picky and hated the hock boots though because of the fit, I eventually got a pair of PHT 3n1's for his hocks and he's okay with those because they fit a little differently and didn't seem to mind them as much. I would recommend the quick wraps to anyone!! Easy to put on, clean, durable, and fit great! I've had a pair for 4 years now and use them all the time, they have no tears, the velcro is still in great condition, stays on, and clean up super well. I've used them in a stall overnight, turn out for about an hour or so, and in the trailer. If you are looking for something to use during turn out or longer term use, like all day wear, the standing pillow wraps may work better for you. Just depends what type of use are getting out of them. Hope this helps!
I do the same thing as the other poster. The BOT quick wraps, 14" on front and 16" on back.
I have the hock boots for my gelding. He hated them at first but now has gotten used to them and "tolerates" them.
I love the BOT leg wraps, but I do use them very cautiously and sparingly when it is hot outside (over 80 degrees).
I also use the Quick Wraps on both front and back legs, and I also have a set of No Bow Wraps that I use if I'm pampering two or three horses. I've got 3 pairs of quick wraps and 2 pairs of hock wraps for my 4 horses to share.
I have a 14.3 horse and I use the 12" boots on front and 14" on back. To me even if you have a 15 hand horse 14" boots on front just go down too far, and come all the way to the knee, but that is just preference. But as the others said you would need the 2 sets of quick wraps and hock boots if that is what you were needing.