Easyboot Stratus

Features

  • Number of boots supplied: 1 (Boots can be used on right or left hooves, velcro can be reversed to suit)

  • Flexible bumber and removable, adaptable pad to cushion and protect the hoof whilst providing support

  • Premium leather upper for a durable, flexible finish

  • Double hook and loop fastenings for added security

  • Ease of use: Easy to fit

  • Can be used for: Therapy boot designed for horses needing support during light turnout and in the yard/ stable

  • The Stratus hoof boot suits: Round and longer than wide hooves

  • Box contains: 1 Stratus hoof boot, 1 pad and therarods, plus fitting instructions

  • The ideal boot to help horses with laminitis, founder and other chronic hoof (and some leg/ joint) conditions

 The new Easyboot Stratus therapy hoof boot, is a premium therapeutic hoof boot system designed to give comfort and support to horses with sore feet, abscesses, founder and laminitic stages. The Stratus hoof boot is also ideal to help with the stresses of shipping, recovery after workouts or stabling on hard surfaces. This Easycare therapy boot also provides instant and ongoing relief for horses suffering from chronic lameness and general lower limb or hoof problems, by aiding movement and reducing recovery time after injury or surgery.

The Easycare Stratus hoof boot comes with a patent pending adjustable TheraPad system, that allows each pad to be custom tailored to the horse and conditions. The adjustable TheraPad insert can be used with or without the TheraRods, depending on the level of firmness reaquired. The three densities of TheraRods provide numerous possibilities.

The Stratus hoof boot is designed for use up to light turnout only; i.e. a round pen, yard or stable environment. This therapy boot is one of the most advanced in terms of the build quailty, level of comfort and ability to customise the support for each individual hoof.

The Stratus hoof boots are sold individually, so please order 2 if you require a pair. It is always advised to treat hooves as a pair (front pair, rear pair, or all round) in order to keep the horse even and prevent the chance of strains or strains from uneveness. 

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