Horse Boots

Horse Boots

206 items
Cooling Wraps (Pair)
RRP -20%

Cooling Wraps (Pair)

£59.99
RRP: £74.99
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Horseware Ice-Vibe Boots Horseware Ice-Vibe Boots
RRP -20%

Horseware Ice-Vibe Boots

£199.99
RRP: £249.99
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Adepto Tendon Boots Adepto Tendon Boots
RRP -23%

Adepto Tendon Boots

£22.99
RRP: £29.99
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Stable Boots Pro, Front Stable Boots Pro, Front
RRP -14%

Stable Boots Pro, Front

£42.99
RRP: £49.99
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Stable Boots Pro, Rear Stable Boots Pro, Rear
RRP -14%

Stable Boots Pro, Rear

£42.99
RRP: £49.99
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Caliber Tendon Boots with Faux Fur Lining Caliber Tendon Boots with Faux Fur Lining
RRP -18%

Caliber Tendon Boots with Faux Fur Lining

£36.99
RRP: £44.99
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LeMieux Grafter Boots LeMieux Grafter Boots
RRP -9%

LeMieux Grafter Boots

£31.99
RRP: £34.99
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Munich Brushing Boots Munich Brushing Boots
RRP -55%

Munich Brushing Boots

£14.99
RRP: £32.99
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Cairo Infra-red Stable Boots Cairo Infra-red Stable Boots
RRP -27%

Cairo Infra-red Stable Boots

£54.99
RRP: £74.99
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Windsor Tendon Boots with Faux Fur Lining
RRP -18%

Windsor Tendon Boots with Faux Fur Lining

£36.99
RRP: £44.99
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Pile-Lined Boots Pile-Lined Boots
RRP -15%

Pile-Lined Boots

£16.99
RRP: £19.99
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Eskadron Platinum 22 Mesh FauxFur Tendon Boots
RRP -11%

Eskadron Platinum 22 Mesh FauxFur Tendon Boots

£39.99
RRP: £44.99
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Eskadron Heritage AW2023 Glamslate FauxFur Tendon Boots
up to -15% (RRP)

Eskadron Heritage AW2023 Glamslate FauxFur Tendon Boots

From £46.99
RRP: £54.99
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Marquess Neoprene Brushing Boots
RRP -9%

Marquess Neoprene Brushing Boots

£29.99
RRP: £32.99
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Trixi Pony Tendon Boots Trixi Pony Tendon Boots
RRP -40%

Trixi Pony Tendon Boots

£14.99
RRP: £24.99
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Cairo Infra-Red Brushing Boots Cairo Infra-Red Brushing Boots
RRP -18%

Cairo Infra-Red Brushing Boots

£32.99
RRP: £39.99
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ProSoft Boots, Front ProSoft Boots, Front
RRP -20%

ProSoft Boots, Front

£39.99
RRP: £49.99
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Quinn Brushing Boots Quinn Brushing Boots
Super Deal
RRP -53%

Quinn Brushing Boots

£27.99
RRP: £59.99
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LeMieux Fleece Lined Brushing Boot LeMieux Fleece Lined Brushing Boot
RRP -15%

LeMieux Fleece Lined Brushing Boot

£50.99
RRP: £59.99
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Back On Track Quick Royal Leg Wraps
Super Deal
up to -15% (RRP)

Back On Track Quick Royal Leg Wraps

From £80.99
RRP: £94.99
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Noir Brushing Boots Noir Brushing Boots
RRP -38%

Noir Brushing Boots

£24.99
RRP: £39.99
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Eskadron Flexisoft Fauxfur Tendon Boots
up to -10% (RRP)

Eskadron Flexisoft Fauxfur Tendon Boots

From £54.99
RRP: £60.99
Transport Boots Transport Boots
RRP -15%

Transport Boots

£84.99
RRP: £99.99
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Ghent Brushing Boots with Faux Fur Ghent Brushing Boots with Faux Fur
RRP -54%

Ghent Brushing Boots with Faux Fur

£22.99
RRP: £49.99
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Travel Boots Travel Boots
RRP -18%

Travel Boots

£69.99
RRP: £84.99
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ProTail Cover ProTail Cover
RRP -25%

ProTail Cover

£14.99
RRP: £19.99
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Brushing Boots Brushing Boots
RRP -10%

Brushing Boots

£26.99
RRP: £29.99
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Eskadron Classic Sports SS22 Glamslate Evo-Wool Tendon Boots
RRP -11%

Eskadron Classic Sports SS22 Glamslate Evo-Wool Tendon Boots

£48.99
RRP: £54.99
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Drew Brushing Boots wit Faux Fur Lining Drew Brushing Boots wit Faux Fur Lining
RRP -47%

Drew Brushing Boots wit Faux Fur Lining

£22.99
RRP: £42.99
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Brushing Boots with Glitter
RRP -10%

Brushing Boots with Glitter

£44.99
RRP: £49.99
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Laval Boots Laval Boots
RRP -38%

Laval Boots

£49.99
RRP: £79.99
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Chicago Tendon Boots Chicago Tendon Boots
RRP -23%

Chicago Tendon Boots

£22.99
RRP: £29.99
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Cooling Wrap (1 piece)
RRP -19%

Cooling Wrap (1 piece)

£29.99
RRP: £36.99
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Signature Brushing Boots
RRP -25%

Signature Brushing Boots

£29.99
RRP: £39.99
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Leighton Teens Collection Tendon Boots Leighton Teens Collection Tendon Boots
RRP -49%

Leighton Teens Collection Tendon Boots

£22.99
RRP: £44.99
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Houston Brushing Boots with Faux Fur Lining Houston Brushing Boots with Faux Fur Lining
RRP -58%

Houston Brushing Boots with Faux Fur Lining

£22.99
RRP: £54.99
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Eskadron Platinum 22 Croco FauxFur Tendon Boots
RRP -10%

Eskadron Platinum 22 Croco FauxFur Tendon Boots

£44.99
RRP: £49.99
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Monster Pony Tendon Boots Monster Pony Tendon Boots
RRP -39%

Monster Pony Tendon Boots

£19.99
RRP: £32.99
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Lincoln Brushing Boots with Fur
RRP -18%

Lincoln Brushing Boots with Fur

£32.99
RRP: £39.99
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Armour Airflow Tendon & Fetlock Boot Set Armour Airflow Tendon & Fetlock Boot Set
RRP -20%

Armour Airflow Tendon & Fetlock Boot Set

£59.99
RRP: £74.99
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Chicago 2.0 Tendon Boots Chicago 2.0 Tendon Boots
RRP -28%

Chicago 2.0 Tendon Boots

£17.99
RRP: £24.99
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Schockemöhle Soft Cosy Guards Style Tendon Boots
RRP -20%

Schockemöhle Soft Cosy Guards Style Tendon Boots

£35.99
RRP: £44.99
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Horse boots, bandages and bell boots - the right protection for the horse's legs

First and foremost, horse boots are intended to protect your horse's legs and serve primarily as impact protection. Bandages also have a supportive function in addition to the protective aspect. If you use bandage pads, you have a shock-absorbing and supportive protection of the horse's leg. If you are travelling in a trailer, you can be reassured with the high and thickly padded stable & transport boots, even if your horse is still unbalanced or restless in the trailer. All in all, boots and bandages reduce the risk of injury when riding. In addition to their protective effect and support, horse boots in matching colours and the latest technology harmoniously complete your riding kit and your look.

Horse boots and their function

Training & brushing boots

Fetlock boots are often used as dressage and brushing boots. They are usually made of soft, flexible materials such as neoprene and wrap protectively around the pastern and fetlock head. Thanks to several Velcro fasteners, they can be adjusted well so that they optimally protect and support the horse's leg. Dressage boots are much quicker and easier to put on than bandages.

Tendon boots

In addition to impact protection,tendon boots provide support for the tendons and joints of the horse's legs, as jumping in particular can involve considerable stress and strong forces. Usually these boots consist of a hard plastic shell with a soft neoprene or sheepskin (imitation) lining to minimise chafing. They are placed around the back of the horse's leg and close at the front with tight or elastic straps. The rear tendon boots are so-called fetlock boots. Like the front boots, they cover either only the inner side of the horse's leg or both the inside and the outside. In show jumping in particular, there are innovative products for young horses that protect their legs even better, as they cover more than the usual boots and strops.

Bell boots or over reach boots

Jumping bell boots protect the horse's pads, pasterns and coronet band. They are especially popular for jumping or pole work to absorb shocks when the horse's hoof hits the poles. They also protect the sensitive bend of the fetlock. When jumping in particular, the horse's hindquarters can go so far under that they dig into the front of the pastern. To prevent this, bell boots are used. A nice side effect: they prevent shod horses from stepping into their shoes and pulling them off, which is why hoof bells are also increasingly popular for paddocks. The most commonly used materials for bell boots are neoprene, rubber or synthetic leather. To prevent sensitive horses from rubbing, there are models with a sheepskin trim

Bandages & bandage pads

Bandages and leg wraps protect and support the horse's leg during dressage work. You can't usually go wrong with boots, but correct bandaging needs to be learned. Bandages must not restrict your horse's movement and must fit tightly without disturbing blood circulation. Caution is advised here, especially with elastic bandages. In addition, the bandages must not wrinkle.  You can use bandage pads to compensate for the tight fit and to provide additional protection. Many styles also wick away moisture better than the bandage itself. In addition to the classic fleece bandages and elastic bandages, there are also combined models. For bandage pads, there are classic cotton variants or bandage pads made of memory foam

Stable boots & transport boots

Travel boots are especially thick and usually extend from the hoof to the carpal joint or hock to provide maximum protection. They must also be comfortable for your horse to wear and must not rub. Similar to dressage boots, stable boots offer a quick and easy alternative to bandaging. Like transport boots, they are well padded and are designed to protect against injuries in the stall. 

Ice boots, thermal boots & magnetic field boots

After strenuous training sessions or in the case of injuries, ice boots or magnetic boots support the regeneration phases. Injuries can be prevented or healing processes accelerated. The Ice Vibe boots from Horseware are particularly popular in this category.

Horse boot favourites

Eskadron horse boots with faux fur are particularly popular. They provide optimum protection for the horse's leg, are easy to put on and easy to care for. They also offer a good price-performance ratio. Of higher quality and with special shock-absorbing gel are, for example Veredus Horse BootsKentucky Horsewear has also specialised in the production of leg protection for horses. The Kentucky Horsewear Horse Boots and bell boots are characterised by high quality and comfort. Back on Track offers high-quality dressage boots as well as the popular stable boots.

Röhrbeins, des Fesselkopf und der Sehnen des Pferdebeines vor Schlägen und Tritten, sowie vor äußeren Gegenständen. Gamaschen für Pferde können dabei aus verschiedenen Materialien, wie Leder, Neopren oder Kunststoff sein. Zudem gibt es für die unterschiedlichen Reitsportdisziplinen verschiedene Gamaschenmodelle.

Horses' legs, especially the tendons and the fetlock joint, are very sensitive to injury. On the one hand, these injuries can come from brushing the leg with the hoof or from hitting things like obstacle poles externally. But the tendons can also be injured by excessive strain. Horse boots or even bandages are only of limited help against such strain. In this respect, they are mainly useful for convalescents after such injuries.

Tendon boots offer the best protection against the horse's own injuries and against other external mechanical impacts. However, you must make sure that the horse boots are not too loose. If they slip down the leg, they can actually become a danger for the horse. On the other hand, horse boots must not be too tight, so that they do not cut off the blood supply to the leg.

Finding the right horse boots for a Haflinger can be really difficult. If you are lucky and your Haflinger is petite, a pony horse boot might fit. The problem is usually not the length, but the width, which is often too small. On the other hand, a horse boot sized "thoroughbred" may fit a strong Haflinger. However, the boot might end up being too long, even if the width is fine.

There's no avoiding measuring and searching for the right fit for your individual horse. You have to measure the circumference of the fetlock and the height of the horse boot. It is definitely worth looking at equipment for quarter Horses. The horse boots offered there often fit Haflingers.