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Centaur 30 No Bow Bandages

Centaur 30 No Bow Bandages

Centaur 30 No Bow Bandages
464872-WHI-10
$16.95
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The Centaur 30 No Bow Bandages are a very popular choice for many riders and horse owners as a stable or standing wrap. They are durable, machine washable, and designed for optimal health and protection of the tendons. The No Bow Bandages by Centaur are made from a poly fleece outer shell and foam padding. These bandages are designed to minimize the risk in bowing a tendon from uneven pressure and...

The Centaur 30 No Bow Bandages are a very popular choice for many riders and horse owners as a stable or standing wrap. They are durable, machine washable, and designed for optimal health and protection of the tendons. The No Bow Bandages by Centaur are made from a poly fleece outer shell and foam padding. These bandages are designed to minimize the risk in bowing a tendon from uneven pressure and tension in the standing wrap. Bowed tendons are tendons that have had the tendon fibres torn, and then the tendon hemorrhages, collects fluid, swells and has an increase in pressure. The tendons along the back of the cannon, which are at risk of damage from improper wrapping, will actually look bowed out when viewed from the side, giving reference to why it is named as it is. To prevent this condition while receiving the many benefits of applying stable wraps after extensive workouts and then standing in a stall, the Centaur 30 No Bow Bandages should be considered. This is especially true if a person is not well-practiced at wrapping, since they are not as likely to have even tension. Bowing a tendon with wrapping usually comes from getting them too tight, although too loose is not beneficial either. Because of the foam core, the tension is easier to spread out and keep the leg healthy. These bandages come pairs. Many riders prefer two inches longer for the hind legs. All wraps should be applied around the leg in the correct direction: start at the cannon, and go to the outside toward the back, tightening across the cannon, not the tendons.
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