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Dura-Tech® Shoe Boil Boot
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Dura-Tech® Shoe Boil Boot

Item # 24878
  • Designed to protect horses elbows from rubbing against hooves
  • Aids in the prevention of capped elbows and painful elbow sores
  • Prevents hoof from coming in contact with the elbow when lying down
  • 2 ½”W smooth spongy rubber donut fits comfortably around the pastern
  • Lightweight boot has a single buckle strap allows for easy on and off
  • Durable smooth rubber with heavy web strap
  • Sold individually
  • Measures:  8 ½” total diameter x 3” thick, pastern hole is 3 ¼” diameter
Item Availability Quantity Price
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$24.99 $19.99

Love these!


These boots are durable and easy to use and they work!


Hemet, ca.






Edinburg Texas


Yes I would buy this product again, they work


Love it


spruce grove, Alberta Canada


I would order the product again.


Very pleased with the product.


Canyon, TX


I will continue to purchase the shoe boil boot - it is great


Service is very good, product is good and all is highly recommended


Springfield, Illinois


Dura-Tech® Shoe Boil Boot

4.8 8


My horse has developed a shoe boil on his right front elbow. I'm assuming this boot goes around his right hind pastern. Am I correct? Also, does he need to wear this boot all the time or just when I know he likes to lie down? Thank you in advance.


The shoe boil boot would go on the right front pastern (the same leg that has the shoe boil). The boil is caused when the horse lays down and folds his legs up under him, the shoe or heel makes contact with the elbow. The boot will provide a cushioned barrier to prevent further irritation. The shoe boil boot should be used at time you horse prefers to lay down or when stalled at night. If turned out all the time, the boot would be needed all day.


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