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horsegirl
Reg. Feb 2004
Posted 2019-02-15 1:05 PM (#7422411)
Subject: Favorite bell boots



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I need a new pair. What are your favorites? Why? I noticed the ones in a person's vlog (whom we normally do not mention on this board) are kind of stretchy looking, so you could snug them up on the foot good. What the heck brand are these?

What do you guys like? I normally buy CE, but curious what else is out there.
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AmericanJelly1
Reg. Dec 2018
Posted 2019-02-15 1:10 PM (#7422413 - in reply to #7422411)
Subject: RE: Favorite bell boots


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I really like classic equine or iconoclast for bell boots anyways.
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cindyt
Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2019-02-15 1:14 PM (#7422415 - in reply to #7422413)
Subject: RE: Favorite bell boots


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AmericanJelly1 - 2019-02-15 1:10 PM I really like classic equine or iconoclast for bell boots anyways.

I bought a couple Iconolasts to try... just getting my moneys worth from my classic lol... I do like professional choice as well... 
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run n rate
Reg. Feb 2007
Posted 2019-02-15 1:27 PM (#7422420 - in reply to #7422411)
Subject: RE: Favorite bell boots



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I used to like CE's Protechs but they changed the tops of them and they bind up with regular SMB style boots now. Not a big fan of much else out there. Love the idea of the RES boots but those don't fit my horses hooves at all unfortunately.
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barrelracingchick16
Reg. Aug 2004
Posted 2019-02-15 1:29 PM (#7422421 - in reply to #7422411)
Subject: RE: Favorite bell boots



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Classic Equine all the way
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emricmacy
Reg. Sep 2016
Posted 2019-02-15 1:32 PM (#7422422 - in reply to #7422411)
Subject: RE: Favorite bell boots



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Classic Equine definitely! They hold up SO well to daily use, and I put them in the washing machine at least 2x a week and they always come out looking new again.
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horsegirl
Reg. Feb 2004
Posted 2019-02-15 1:38 PM (#7422423 - in reply to #7422422)
Subject: RE: Favorite bell boots



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emricmacy - 2019-02-15 2:32 PM

Classic Equine definitely! They hold up SO well to daily use, and I put them in the washing machine at least 2x a week and they always come out looking new again.

Never thought of doing that! My pink ones look like death from the arena clay. I may do this. I need to order some Large and XL's though.
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emricmacy
Reg. Sep 2016
Posted 2019-02-15 1:51 PM (#7422424 - in reply to #7422423)
Subject: RE: Favorite bell boots



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horsegirl - 2019-02-15 1:38 PM

emricmacy - 2019-02-15 2:32 PM

Classic Equine definitely! They hold up SO well to daily use, and I put them in the washing machine at least 2x a week and they always come out looking new again.

Never thought of doing that! My pink ones look like death from the arena clay. I may do this. I need to order some Large and XL's though.

I do the same with my sport boots, throw them in the washing machine with free and clear detergent and hang them to dry. Easy and cleans them really well! I usually use the gentle cycle.
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Flamin10
Reg. Nov 2008
Posted 2019-02-15 2:20 PM (#7422431 - in reply to #7422411)
Subject: RE: Favorite bell boots



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I have a mix in my trailer of Iconoclast, CE, PC, and I had a set of Relentless that I used more for when I was playing around the house with my horses but it finally bit the dust.
I like the fit of the Iconoclast a lot better on my horse than the others. The PC come down further to me so they protect more, but they can get in the way of the splint boot sometimes due to being too tall on my short mare. The CE I love, just haven't purchased a pair in about 5 years of them so my last CE pair is looking SAD now and since my relentless finally bit the dust they are my "trash" pair that I use on a daily basis.

All of my boots after a competition weekend get brought in the house to be hand rinsed and then washed with free and clear detergent then air dried. My white set gets a mix of free and clear detergent and a splash of clorox. They have all held up really well.
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MOGirl07
Reg. Feb 2012
Posted 2019-02-15 3:00 PM (#7422441 - in reply to #7422411)
Subject: RE: Favorite bell boots



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I've used RES boots for a while now. My mare tends to tear up the velcro somehow on about every other boot so being able to replace just THAT piece of the boot is an option I like.
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BarrelRacing4Christ
Reg. Sep 2010
Posted 2019-02-16 8:50 PM (#7422540 - in reply to #7422411)
Subject: RE: Favorite bell boots


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Classic Equine.
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canchaser2012
Reg. Jan 2012
Posted 2019-02-16 9:04 PM (#7422542 - in reply to #7422411)
Subject: RE: Favorite bell boots


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Ortho Equine are the best.

My horse had accident last spring running barrels, after she recoveredI purchased a set of Ortho Equine bell boots.

They have saved me at least 3 times. Love these products.



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