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Kevlar Reinforced No Turn Horse Bell Boots

Kevlar Reinforced No Turn Horse Bell Boots
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Kevlar Reinforced Ballistic Nylon 'No Turn' Horse Bell Boots

Constructed from a heavy duty 1680 Denier ballistic nylon outer shell, our Horse Bell Boots now feature a Kevlar reinforced rear strike panel for unbeatable strength. The inner shell is made from shock absorbing premium neoprene, with an extra strength velcro closure.

Our Kevlar horse boots, incorporate a special no-turn design so that they wont rotate easily once fitted..

These are an ideal equestrian horse bell boot for both the performance horse & also for everyday horse riding or paddock use to prevent over-reach injuries. They provide maximum protection in the critical areas of the heel bulbs & coronet band.

Available Colours: Black or White

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*We have these available in 3 sizes, use this as a guide only - horses hoof sizes vary so much depending on breed. Contact us if you are unsure of sizing.

Medium: Approx sizing for 14hh to 15hh Horses*
Large: Approx sizing for 15hh to 16hh Horses*
X-Large: Approx sizing for 16hh to 17hh Horses*

Measurements

Medium

Large

X-Large

Boot Drop

11cm

12cm

13cm

Bottom of Boot Circumference

34cm

38cm

40cm

Pastern Circumference

21cm

23cm

25cm

** Please note on the internal face of our white boots, the internal 'no turn' knob may have a slight decoloration (as shown in image). This is normal and is a chemical reaction with the glue and high quality density foam used

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  • Reviewer: Kylie
    Bought a pair of these as a friend told me I should get a pair to protect my horse when working cattle in the sand while drafting, my horse had never worn over reach boots before - so didn't want to spend heaps on a pair and then find she wouldn't wear them or didn't need them after all. Mare wore them no worries and they fitted perfect and looked great. I washed them when I got home and they look brand new again. Have since bought a second pair to have in the cupboard for special occasions and a third for my younger smaller horse for when she is ready to go into the arena as well as a forth pair for my mum since she saw mine. Practical boots at a practical price. Thanks Caribu
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