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Splint Boots for Horses

Splint Boots for Horses
Splint Boots for Horses
As any horse owner knows, keeping your equine friend healthy and injury-free is a top priority. One way to help protect their legs is to use horse splint boots. Horse splint boots are designed to support the tendons and prevent injuries such as splints. We carry leather, neoprene, and PVC splint boots. Our collection of colors and patterns makes you sure to find the perfect match for your horse's personality.
Dura-Tech® All-Purpose Splint Boots - 4 Pack
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Choosing the Best Splint Boots for Horses

Splint boots for horses also called brushing boots, are designed to protect the lower legs from injuries that can occur during exercise if a hoof or leg hits the opposite leg. Splint boots for horses are often held in place with strong hook and loop closures to prevent slippage. The hook and loop closures go outside the horse’s legs and close facing towards the hind legs.

The inner section of a splint boot contains the strike pad. The strike pad of the splint boot protects the fetlock and inside of the cannon bone from impact or brushing from other legs. The strike pad of the splint boot is often padded for more shock-absorbing power.

Splint boots are lightweight and flexible, including a built-in strike plate, hypoallergenic lining, and a waterproof design. By taking measures to protect your horse's legs with splint boots, you can help prevent injuries during exercise.

Frequently Asked Questions About Horse Splint Boots

What are splint boots used for?

Splint boots are used on horses to protect the delicate lower leg from injury. They are typically used during training, but can also be worn during turnout. While there is no definitive answer on whether or not you should use splint boots, many experienced riders believe that they are an important part of protecting your horse's legs. Ultimately, the decision on whether or not to use them should be based on your own personal preference and the advice of your veterinarian.

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