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Ice Horse Tendon Wraps

MacKinnon Ice Horse
- Item #16475


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IceHorse™ Tendon Wraps with FirstICE® provide uniform compression and coverage to reduce inflammation and heat of the tendons and ligaments around the cannon bone area after work or injury.

Ice Horse Tendon Wraps are high quality insulated cannon bone leg wraps that stay cold for up to 2 hours. Reusable after a minimum of 3 hours in the freezer. First+Ice inserts feature a patented food grade propylene glycol formula for quality assurance and non-toxic properties.

Includes: 2 wraps, 4 FirstICE® inserts. FirstICE® inserts are reusable packs that are made with a non-gel formula that stays soft and pliable when removed from the freezer. Conforms to the horse's canon bone and tendons. 

Made in the USA.

If you are looking for extra FirstICE® inserts or need replacements for your existing Ice Horse products, we have you covered with the Ice Horse FirstICE® replacement packs.

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    Ice Horse Tendon Wraps is rated 4.5769 out of 5 by 52.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from The new design is difficult to use... I have several pairs of the older boots which are three elastic straps and two mesh pockets with the soft Velcro outer cover. The ice packs fit inside those easily and as long as you put them on snugly they did not fall down. The NEW VERSION has a mesh bag with Velcro strap attached to the inside of the boot and the opening for the ice is SO SMALL! Your fingers go numb before you can squeeze the frozen bag into it. Once you have it on and strap down the ice packs, they flare out awkwardly and then you have to try and wrap the attached compression bandage around it. The Velcro is weak and will wear out quickly. It is challenging to wrap the compression portion around the bulky ice. The boot is now very bulky and awkward.The bags do pop after a few uses no matter what you do. The manufacture told me "I was the only one having this problem" but as I read the reviews on these I see everyone else has this issue.
    Date published: 2014-03-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love these! I bought these a few weeks ago for my mare. She was having some real trouble with swelling in her legs (primarily her fronts) since she was on stall rest. My vet wanted me to ice her twice a day for twenty minutes. It was very time consuming standing with buckets of ice. I bought the Ice Horse Tendon Wraps and love them. They are super easy to use and my mare has no trouble standing with them. They are very secure and really help reduce her swelling. I use them on her front and hind legs with no problems. The only minor issue I have is they don't stay cold quite as long as they say, but other than that--they are awesome. I would definitely recommend these.
    Date published: 2013-11-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good, but Too Small I like these ice boots in general, but I wish they came in sizes. They are way too short for my 17.2 horse's long legs, even in front, so I end up choosing between icing his fetlocks or his suspensories. I bought another brand of ice boots instead that covers more of his legs.
    Date published: 2013-10-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really Like Really like the ice boots, I haven't had them that long, so don't know about durability, but they look like they will last. Mine are a little tall, but do a good job none-the-less.
    Date published: 2013-10-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easier than cold hosing but over priced Bought these for my horse who is recovering from a suspensory injury.Easiest way to use these wraps without the mesh lining ripping is to freeze the ice packs inside of the wraps. When you pull out of the freezer, break up the gel with your hands so that it is easier to mold around your horses legs.The wrap its self is stretchy and supportive, but you have to keep an eye on your horse while they're wearing them because as the gel warms up they may slide down. The mesh lining that holds the packs inside of the wrap are very fragile, which I was disappointed with. I can't see how these are going to hold up very well.Overall, a good alternative to cold hosing. A bit over priced, but worth it for ease of use.
    Date published: 2013-05-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tendon ice boots! These are really nice tendon ice boots. They are very easy to fill with the ice packs and apply to the legs. The velcro holds very well. I place these on my horses front legs after every ride for about 15 min. I can leave him alone in his stall with these on and not have to worry about them slipping down or any other issues. They are very convenient especially for daily use.
    Date published: 2013-05-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Purchase I really like the Ice Horse Wraps but I think there alittle expensive, and they do slip down if you have a high injury.
    Date published: 2013-05-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Alternative to Cold Hosing I have a horse recovering from a Deep Digital Flexor Tendor injury and I use these ice boots four times a day (before and after hand walking). Overall I have been very pleased with them and they are much more convenient than cold hosing. I have found that it works best to put the gel packs in the boot and freeze the whole thing as the frozen packs will not go into the mesh liners without tearing them. I also recommend that you do not leave a horse unattended while icing as the boot can slip and become damaged if they step on it. I also wet my horse's leg before icing to increase the cooling action. Overall I'm very pleased.
    Date published: 2013-03-05
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