Protective Equine Chaps help keep horse's legs clean & protected

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A New Concept in Horse Products! The very first protective chaps for Horses. Equi-Chaps when fitted correctly help reduce the risk of Mud Fever by keeping mud off the vast majority of the leg. (if the horse/pony already has mud fever, ensure the condition is cleared before using Equi Chaps).

Equi-Chaps are unique in two ways from turnout boots:

They are designed to cover the hoof and go under the heel, thus preventing mud from getting up inside the chap.

They are made from tough, breathable ‘Stomatex’, which means that they can be worn comfortably for up to 12 hours per day (unlike neoprene).

Equi-Chaps also provide good protection against over-reach and brushing injuries. ( if the horse/pony already has mud fever, ensure the condition is cleared before using Equi Chaps).

Equi-Chaps are ideal for turnout and hacking as they have been designed to allow full flexibility of movement.

Features:

Strong ‘Touch & Stick’ fastenings help Equi-Chaps to stay in place.
They are easy to put on and take off.
They are fully washable.
They are strong and durable.

Size:-(Approx Size Guide) - (Width Under knee/Hock) - (Length From Knee/Hock to Heel)

1 - (Extra Small) - (16-18cms) - (28-30cms)
2 - (Small) - (18-20cms) - (30-32cms)
3 - (Medium) - (20-22cms) - (32-34cms)
3W - (Medium(Wide)) - (22-24cms) - (32-34cms)
4 - (Large) - (22-24cms) - (34-36cms)
5 - (Extra Large) - (24-26cms) - (36-38cms)

Purchasing the correct size is critical to ensure that Equi-Chaps fits & perform properly.

With a tape measure:

Measure the width of the front legs and the mid point of the cannon bone. Ensure that you measure well clear of the knee joint.

Measure the width of the hind legs at the mid point of the cannon bone. Ensure that you measure well clear of the hock joint.

Measure the length of the front legs from below the knee in a straight line to the bulbs of the heel. Ensure that you measure well clear of the knee joint.

Measure the length of the hind legs from below the hock in a straight line to the bulbs of the heel. Ensure that you measure well clear of the hock joint.
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