Classic Equine Legacy System Rear Boots - Zebra Colorburst
Breathable, Shock Absorbing Boots!
The protection your horse needs! These boots are made of 100 virgin perforated neoprene that allows the leg to breathe and heat to escape so your horses leg stays cooler. Features include a round cut box stitched hook and loop attachment with an aggressive closure that makes the boot more secure. A shock absorbing splint pad gives maximum protection to the splint bone tendons and other soft tissues. The refined splint pad guards against crossfire injuries and allows for a closer cleaner fit.
A suspensory rib is positioned between the tendon and cannon bone to ensure proper boot alignment. A patented Cradle Fetlock System provides maximum support and protection to the lower limb by a double layer of shock absorbing neoprene. An extended layer of tough bulletproof material fitted on the cup area ensures durability. A series of fitting darts provide a clean close fit. Bound edges help keep dirt and debris out.
The Legacy2 Fetlock Cradle System provides maximum support and protection to the fetlock and lower portion of the leg. It mimics the design of, and therefore reinforces, the ligament it is intended to support.
Sold in Pairs.
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- Shock absorbing.
- Breathable perforations.
- 100% Virgin Neoprene.
- 4 way stretch for flexibility.
- Suspensory rib for proper alignment.
- Soft lycra inner layer cleans easily, dries quickly
- Bullet proof reinforment area at cup.
- Darts for a clean close fit.
- Bound edges.
- Rear leg pair.
We ship worldwide from our warehouse located in Harrington, Delaware. We ship via UPS or the United States Postal Service whenever possible. Shipment time varies from 1-7 business days, depending on your proximity to Delaware.
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Proposition 65 Warning for California Residents
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For the complete list of chemicals covered by this the statute, please visit California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment at: https://oehha.ca.gov/proposition-65/proposition-65-list.
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