I bought fronts and hinds of these several years ago to use at a training 3 day. They were great, and still are. I highly recommend these products, and even with the shipping, you've got something comparable to much more expensive boots that won't break the bank. I got the originals last time, but will probably get the lightweights this time so as to have options.
I have a 15.3 TB with medium sized legs/thickness and the mediums are perfect for him.
I've barely been able to use mine as I bought them in January but the two times I have I have been happy. No Slipping or turning and even handled a good trot set around the track. I'm excited to try them out over fences! The back boots go a bit high IMO, so far the only thing I dont like.
I have the back boots, and they rubbed sores on my horse the 1st time I used them. At the top, on the inside, on both legs. Maybe they needed a little breaking in, because I haven't had a problem since.
"Everyone will start to cheer, when you put on your sailin shoes"-Lowell George
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Thank you! I just placed an order for white, large, front and hinds for the big boned boy. And now I don't have to put white vet wrap on our boots to complete our "look". They will replace the 11 year old nunn finers that have seen the legs of several horses and have begun to look scary!
I'm not sure. They were on clearance and marked down to £29 and £35, but didn't list a percentage off. They are being replaced by a lighter model for this season (less leather). However, I almost bought the new fronts because they were only £6 more! I should've done it!