I was needing to order a new set of Shoofly Leggins and KV Vet Supply is out of them. It seems the internet page for the manufacturer no longer exists, either (domain name expired). I'm hoping and praying they didn't stop making them. These things are awesome.
Does anyone know of a dealer or know of a comparable product?
Posted 2011-06-09 4:54 PM (#5722493 - in reply to #5722488) Subject: RE: Shoofly Leggins
Location: North Dakota
do you mean fly boots? If so I bought a pair on ebay (a lady makes them) for $14 for a set of 4. You can order zebra or cheetah fleecing and any color for the mesh part. They are holding up great so far. My horse will wear them all day in the pasture and they stay up great!
Posted 2011-06-09 4:59 PM (#5722505 - in reply to #5722488) Subject: RE: Shoofly Leggins
Let me try to explain them to see if they are similar to yours. Shoofly Leggins are fly boots, but they have fleece and velcro around the bottom. They fasten around the top of the hoof and then velcro in a straight line all the way up to the top, as opposed to straps that tighten around the leg. SL's have stays in them that keep them upright and off the horse's leg, eliminating any rubbing.
Posted 2011-06-09 9:07 PM (#5722887 - in reply to #5722488) Subject: RE: Shoofly Leggins
I had Kensington's and they rubbed. The socks are a great idea, but I'm not sure I want something putting pressure on his legs, light though it may be. I'm not so sure he'd let me put them on his back legs, either.
Posted 2011-06-10 8:19 AM (#5723291 - in reply to #5722488) Subject: RE: Shoofly Leggins
Location: Out standing in the corn fields of Iowa
If you are looking for shoofly leggins. They are manufactured in Nebraska. You can order them direct from the manufacturer if you buy 10 sets.
here is their information:
North Loop, Nebraska
Posted 2011-06-10 8:21 AM (#5723294 - in reply to #5722488) Subject: RE: Shoofly Leggins
Livin in the Dinosaur Age
Location: the other T-town, Oklahoma
I just ordered a set from Horse.com (I think). They are made by Defender. They are the mesh screen that has 4 velcro straps, go from knee to hoof line and have the fleece lining top and bottom. They were 16 dollars and they work great and the velcro is very sticky.
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