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    Dura-Tech® Standing Wraps

    Item # 10621
    • The perfect outer wrap to complete your horse’s standing bandages
    • Durable knit poly fiber “gives” in both directions for optimal comfort
    • Ideal to use for support after exercise, trailering or for soft tissue injuries
    • Stretches enough to allow the right amount of tension to be applied
    • Sturdy reinforced velcro ensures secure closure
    • Will not shrink or fade
    • Measures: 6”W x 12’L
    • Colors: black, burgundy, green, navy, red, royal
    • Set of 4
     
    Item Options / Availability Quantity Price
    #10621
    $22.99 $17.99
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    Dura-Tech® Tekno-Dri® No Bow Leg Wraps

    $28.99 $22.99

    I would buy this product again.

    5

    I use this to wrap my show horses for hauling and overnight in their stalls at the horse shows.

    PK

    Indianapolis, Indiana

    Love these

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    Leesa

    Canfield Ohio

    Combine with quilted wraps for a trailer travel.

    5

    I use standing wraps with quilted wraps for leg protection while riding in the trailer. It also looks sharp and professional!

    Becky C

    Springfield, Illinois

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    Stiff-ish velcro but otherwise good

    3

    These standing wraps are a good value. The velcro is wider and thicker than others I have used but they do the job at a good price.

    Libby2563

    Poolesville, MD

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    Always my go-to wraps

    5

    A little bit pricey but they're going to last for a long time. I wash these quite a bit and they still look brand new.

    Jen K

    Salem, Ohio

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    Dura-Tech® Standing Wraps

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    98.1

    I have a quarter horse, just at 15 hands. Want to use these as a standing wrap to go around no bow leg wraps and poultice. What size length should I get?

    Candy

    These bandages are plenty long. I actually cut them shorter because they are too long for my liking. Our horses are taller than 15 hands Sent from my iPhone

    thompsoncutting

    Hello, I have 2 sets of these standing bandages and they only come in 12 foot length-see description fine print! Below the color selection they are showing 4 different lengths for the accessory: No Bow Leg Wraps to be used under the standing bandages. To get the length you need for the no bows, you need to measure the cannon bone of the horse. Quilts for the hind legs usually need to be longer than for the front legs. My 2 horses are 14.2 and 15.1 hh and I use the 6 inch x 12 feet standing bandages with 12 inch quilts for fronts and 14 inch quilts for hind legs. Hoping this helps! Elizabeth

    flowerwater

    They only come in one size 6"W x 12'L. They will work for your 15 hand quarter horse.

    Customer Service

    I'm sorry but I am unable to help.  The wraps on an 18.5 hand warmblood and my trainers put them on so I have no idea what length is appropriate.  Assume the length I bought would be too long. Judy  Don't cling to a mistake just because you spent a lot of time making it No trees were killed in the sending of this message. However a large number of electrons were terribly inconvenienced.

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