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Equi-Chaps Stable Chaps

Equi-Chaps Stable Chaps
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Extra Large Pair » Navy

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  • Extra Large Pair » Navy £28.95
  • Extra Small Pair » Navy £28.95
  • Large Pair » Navy £28.95
  • Medium Pair » Navy £28.95
  • Small Pair » Navy £28.95

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Description

Designed to keep horse’s legs warm, dry and protected in the stable, Equi-Chaps Stable Chaps from Equilibrium Products have become an essential part of the stable management routine for many.

These soft but durable Stable Chaps completely encase the lower leg to help protect from scuffs and grazes, extending over the coronet band and bulbs of the heel to help protect these vulnerable areas.

Lined with superb wicking material, Equi-Chaps Stable Chaps are ideal for wet, cold legs after exercise or turnout. By helping to keep joints warm and maintain effective circulation these Stable Chaps can help to reduce legs filling and relieve the symptoms of arthritis in afflicted horses.

Fast and simple to fit and remove, Equi-Chaps Stable Chaps have a ‘Pressure Jet’ PU outer coating that repels shavings, straw, dust and dirt; is easy to clean and wash; and offers all the benefits of stable bandages but without the hassle.

Size Guide:

Approx. Size guide Circumference of Cannon Bone
Extra Small 16-18cm
Small 18-20cm
Medium 20-22cm
Large 22-25cm
Extra Large 25-28cm

More Info

Equi-chaps® Stable Chaps can be worn all day and / or all night, with regular checks for comfort and cleanliness. They should only be used in the stable and are not suitable for turnout.

FAQ

Can I put the Chaps on wet, muddy legs? Yes, but it is best to wash or brush the mud off first, this will be more comfortable for the horse and keep the Chaps cleaner for longer.
Can I put the Chaps on wet legs? Yes, gently pat legs dry with a soft towel, then put the Chaps on, they will wick away any remaining moisture.
Can I use the Stable Chaps if my horse has mud fever? Yes, as long as the condition has been treated first.

Care Instructions

Equi-chaps® Stable Chaps are machine washable at 40°C, using a mild detergent. Close over hook and loop straps to prevent the collection of debris. Ensure they are fully dry before they are put back on the horse.

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Reviews (3)

Summary of Reviews for Equi-Chaps Stable Chaps

Overall 5
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3 out of 3 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
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55 Really happy with them
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By Sonia Allen on 14 October 2017

Really good for the money Best Buy 😊

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55 Brilliant!
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By Shelagh Ashton on 2 February 2017

These are great chaps.I use them for drying my horse's legs when stabled at night after being out in the winter wet/mud.I put them on over the mud and in the morning his legs are completely dry and warm .The boots wick away the water and you can just brush the mud off the chaps.They also wash really well. Highly recommended.

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55 Thoroughly recommend these
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By Dorothea Wheeldon on 28 March 2016

Fit really well easie to put on and take off, ideal for drying wet legs

Customer recommends this product

Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Equi-Chaps Stable Chaps, including answers from our team.

14 November 2017 at 1:29pm

Hind legs

bianca hart

Are these boots for front and hind legs?

  • Website Content Developer

Hello Bianca,

Thank you for your question.

These are suitable for wear both on the front and hind legs, though some horses may require a size up for the hind legs if they are much larger than the front.