Posted 2017-10-18 11:12 AM (#7368577) Subject: Horse Boots
What kind of boots/wraps do you use? I believe that boots support the tendons/ligaments but do provide support to the fetlock. Anyways Im looking into Flowboots, Saratoga wraps or polos. What do you think of those wraps? Are they better or worse than SMBs?
Posted 2017-10-18 1:42 PM (#7368636 - in reply to #7368577) Subject: RE: Horse Boots
I am a FlowBoot rep- let me know if you have any questions! I honestly have never seen anything designed more effectively than FlowBoots. They are super light, brealthable, and I especially love the breathable track wraps. They are made well, don't bunch up, and are easy to clean. Go on very easily, and stay on! One thing that separates FlowBoots is that they support/protect with restricting movement. They've done studies to prove it, but I can tell my horse place their legs more confidently when I have FlowBoots on.
Posted 2017-10-18 2:44 PM (#7368653 - in reply to #7368577) Subject: RE: Horse Boots
Location: Ohio girl moved to PA
My favorite is the Iconoclast boots! I used to use CE legacys and i can tell my horse like the iconoclast so much better.. they really do offer so much more support IMO with the extra strap. I wont use polos, simply because they are too easy to damage a ligament with if you arent wrapping properly.
Posted 2017-10-18 6:35 PM (#7368726 - in reply to #7368577) Subject: RE: Horse Boots
Not Afraid to Work
I personally like my polo wraps as my guy has some weird front legs and splint boots just don't fit right. However, I am getting more and more disappointed with the quality of wraps. More and more of them roll up on your when applying.