Brushing injuries on horses are common. Caused during exercise, it happens when the lower legs come too close together and literally brush against one another. It causes knocking injuries, abrasions and bruising to your horse’s legs. Any of these can lead to lameness – a nightmare for most riders with a busy equestrian schedule. So how do we prevent it? Woof Wear’s club brushing boots are a great solution. Made of 5.5mm, PX closed cell neoprene, this boot stays light, flexible and comfortable in even the heaviest of downpours because it does not retain water. This also means that the boot stays in place comfortably and doesn’t rub your horse’s legs.
There’s added padding to the main strike pad for extra durability and long-lasting performance with recessed stitching to help with this as well. All in all, these brushing boots from Woof Wear are a standard, good quality product that it’s wise to invest in if you suspect that your horse is at risk of brushing injuries.
- 5.5 mm PX closed cell neoprene
- Light and flexible even when wet – does not retain water
- Hard wearing strike pad with added padding
- Recessed stitching for longer life
- Suitable for both front and hind legs
- Sold in Pairs