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Bell Boots
Bell Boots
3 Colors
Dura-Tech® EZ Clean Bell Boot
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Dura-Tech® EZ Clean Bell Boot
$21.99
$14.99
3 Colors
Professional's Choice® Quick Wrap Bell Boots
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Professional's Choice® Quick Wrap Bell Boots
$45.95 - $45.99
$40.99
7 Colors
Davis® Bell Boots
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Davis® Bell Boots
$19.99
Dura-Tech® Ballistic Bell Boots
$44.99
$29.99
Dura-Tech® Weighted Bell Boots
$74.99
$49.99

Our Bell Boots and Overreach Boots: We have high-quality horse bell boots from companies like Dura-Tech®, Professional's Choice®, Davis®, Weaver Leather®, Veredus®, Woof Wear, and Majyk. Our Dura-Tech® bell boots range from ribbed rubber double-lock bell boots for rugged protection, double-lock bell boots with fleece lining to help prevent any chafing and provide comfort, and no turn bell boots with a shock-absorbing lining and a built-in heel knob to prevent spinning. We also have Dura-Tech® bell boots made from materials like heavy-duty neoprene, ballistic nylon, rubber, gum rubber and PVC. For horses that are sensitive to synthetic materials, there are bell boots with sheepskin collars. There are also weighted bell boots that provide protection while helping to develop muscle and improve gait.

Bell boots, also known as overreach boots, are an inexpensive way to protect your horse from potentially serious injuries caused from overreaching and interference from their hind feet that might occur during turnout and riding.

Overreaching is a timing problem with the horse's gait, which causes the horse's hind feet to hit the back of the fore feet. This can cause injury to the sensitive heel bulbs or pasterns, and it might also cause them to pull off a shoe.

If the horse wears shoes, bell boots can also protect against accidental injury from the shoe of the opposing hoof. You'll find quick wrap neoprene bell boots with excellent shock absorbency; patterned bell boots with superior protection to hoof, heel and coronary band and limited-edition ballistic nylon overreach boots that can handle the rigors of training and daily turnout.