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Equilibrium Tri-Zone Fetlock Boots

  • Black Pair » Horse £29.95
  • White Pair » Horse £29.95

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Description

The Tri-Zone Fetlock Boot is a protective and super lightweight boot which has a new design which complies with the standards set by the FEI and British Showjumping for use in young horse classes and other restricted classes. Specifically developed to protect without restricting hind leg flexion and can be worn in British Showjumping Young Horse classes, Newcomer and Foxhunter second rounds and Talent Seeker classes.

The Tri-Zone Fetlock Boot has two shock absorbing layers of EVA to reduce the risk of concussion injuries and a tough TPU strike pad for excellent non-restricting protection. Shaped neatly around the fetlock, this smart new boot matches perfectly with the recently redesigned Tri-Zone Open Fronted boot incorporating a glossy TPU strike pad and coordinating recessed stitching.

Benefits

  • Very lightweight
  • Fully tested in the laboratory and field trials
  • Good protection from both concussion and penetration injuries
  • Impact resistant EVA outer shell and lining
  • Easy to fit and maintain
  • Handy grip tab for easy removal
  • Smart new design

Size guidelines

Available in one size designed to fit 15hh to 16.2hh

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