As riders and online shoppers, we know it can be tough to buy a new bridle or pair of boots without trying them on. That's why we moved the fitting room to your living room (or barn)! From breeches to blankets, if you or your horse can try it on, you can return it, free! Just use the pre-paid return label included in your order within 60 days from the purchase date. And of course, please make sure the item is in like-new condition with original packaging (we said 'fitting room', not 'war room'!).
The Premier Equine Air Cooled Eventing Boots are designed with an innovative airvent cooling system and durable strike protection. Designed to follow the natural contours of the leg and fetlock area, these boots maximize protection without impeding the natural action during galloping or jumping. Six air vents are optimally positioned throughout the boot to maximize cooling. As your horse is working, high speed passes through front air vents and circulates around your horse's leg, keeping the tendons cool. The harder and faster your horse works, the greater the airflow through the venting system. Durable P.E. Polycarbonate strike guards protect the tendons and come with a lifetime guarantee. The boots don't retain water, making them ideal for use on the cross-country course. Light and flexible EVA lining with reinforced leather exterior and soft amara binding complete these unique and innovative boots. Black with Blue air vents. Front or Hind. Small (14 - 14.3hh), Medium (15 - 16.2hh) or Large (16.3 - 17hh).
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