Manufacturer: Davis (View all products by Davis)
Model: Splint Boots (View all Splint Boots reviews)
Category: Dressage Saddles
Purchase: I got mine on consignment at my local tack store. I paid $7.50
Likes: They were cheap(even new) They seem like they would protect from interference.
Dislikes: First of all, the little loops that the velcro straps go through were rusted. Now I have no idea what happened to them before I bought them used, but I would think that the manufacturer would use steel or something to keep them from rusted. Also, Rook wouldn't bend his legs in them...could be a personality issue of some kind.
Quality: They seem pretty well made, except for the rust.
Summary: I liked them OK. They were just boots to me and I will probably use them when I teach my horse to sidepass...to prevent any knockings.
Usefulness Rating: 2.66667 out of 5.
9 reader(s) voted.
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