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Cenatur Super Fly Leg Wraps

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Cenatur Super Fly Leg Wraps
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The Centaur Super Fly Boots are matching fly boots in the Super Fly Collection. They are contoured to fit the horses legs, coming in sets of 4 in Horse and Warmblood sizes. The fun colours available make these boots extra appealing! Dazzle your horse up in stylish protection! Choose from Raspberry and Fuchsia, Beige and Light Brown, Ice Blue and Navy, Lavender and Plum or Turquoise and Teal. ...

The Centaur Super Fly Boots are matching fly boots in the Super Fly Collection. They are contoured to fit the horses legs, coming in sets of 4 in Horse and Warmblood sizes. The fun colours available make these boots extra appealing! Dazzle your horse up in stylish protection! Choose from Raspberry and Fuchsia, Beige and Light Brown, Ice Blue and Navy, Lavender and Plum or Turquoise and Teal. The back of the boot features a vertical support that helps keep the boot in place, and prevent the slumping down that can happen with soft mesh boots. The edges are lined with soft padding that has several benefits: softness, cushioning and comfort for your horse; support for keeping them in place; protection of fraying of the mesh; and they also contribute to the great look of the boot! The boots are contoured to hug around the fetlock nicely, and open in front for full freedom of the fetlock and pastern joint to move. The back boots are secured with four sturdy velcro closures, and the front boots have three. There are easy-pull-tabs for making it simple to open and close the sticky Velcro when putting the Super Fly Boots by Centaur on, or taking them off. The Centaur Super Fly Boots are a great boot for any horse that is being swarmed by pesky insects. Especially appreciative of the relief they will feel with the Super Fly Boots are those equines that stomp to rid their legs of bugs, or those that run in a panic, irritated manner to get away. Both these methods of dealing with the seasonal insect problems can cause unnecessary injury and strain to our beloved animals. If you are worried about your horse chewing on the boots, you can spray them with an anti-chew spray, or carefully lace the Velcro straps and edges with dish soap. Because they are so comfortable, most horses will leave them alone.
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