The WeatherBeeta horse boot collection has been designed to provide ultimate protection, comfort and lasting durability.
Whether you’re a keen eventer, or prefer working on the flat, there’s a boot to suit your needs.
WeatherBeeta’s range includes high protection eventing boots that are specifically designed to prevent strike injuries.
There’s also lightweight open-front tendon boots for show jumping and dressage shell boots that are perfect for training and warming up.
Why do horses need boots?
During exercise – whether you’re going for a short hack or heading out over a cross-country course – your horse’s lower limbs are subjected to landing forces as well as strains, knocks, overreaches and brushes.
Your horse’s legs consist of bone, tendon and ligament and it’s important to protect and support these delicate structures to prevent injury.
How WeatherBeeta’s boots work
WeatherBeeta boots mould to your horse’s leg for a form-fit, without restraining natural movement. They also provide protection from strikes, knocks and overloading of the limb.
WeatherBeeta’s boots are soft and durable and feature pro-mesh BASF TPU outer and perforated neoprene lining for breathability.
The linings allow for air circulation – during exercise, horses disperse heat from their lower limbs. It’s important to allow airflow to circulate cool air as well as to disperse heat away from the limb to keep tendon structures strong and healthy.
Within the boot, there’s also a tough PVC strike pad. This prevents brushing and knocks. Adjustable touch tape closures, with strong hardwearing touch tape, assures a comfortable and secure fit.
These boots are available in both black and white in sizes pony to warmblood, with boots starting at £29.99.
Five lucky people could be in the chance of winning a pair of the WeatherBeeta Exercise Boots worth RRP £44.99!
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