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Thoroughly gauge the length of the hooves only AFTER A CUT. NEVER lock in your boots. Keep within the area of the foot height, as space has already been taken into account between the normal trimmings. NEW* EASY VERSION OF THE BOOTS ASSEMBLY VIDEOS! It is possible to test each foot as it can differ in height and requires two different pair.
You can only replace new boots from United States. In order to keep the shoe tidy, we recommend that you cover the hooves with thin synthetic material and check the shoe on a non-abrasive, neat and smooth finish. The Cavallo Boots are easy to assemble! Just put the hooves into the boots. Slip the Velcro straps into place and slide the rails on the single boat or recreational craft.
There should be no need to press the boots on the horse's hooves. You have to put the boots on, they're too small. When the boots turn independent of the horse's hooves, they are too big. Wobbling is fine, because the hooves expand in the load and even further in the motion.
Keep in mind that there is a break-in time like there are your own boots when you first get them. On the first of these days the boots should not be used for more than 20 mins. Do not put on brand-new boots and walk for long periods; keep your horse's new boots as your own.
You can see how the soles match the length of the boots and the onions in the cushioned part of the heels on the back of the boots. You can only replace new boots from United States. In order to keep the shoe tidy, we recommend that you cover the hooves with thin synthetic material and check the shoe on a non-abrasive, neat and smooth finish.
As with your own boots, it is advisable to take the necessary amount of your Cavallo boots slowly. Cavallo Pastewrap is available if your horse has delicate skins or if you are taking a long horse trip and are worried about possible friction. When your horse is well deboned and there is enough room between the fetlock and bootsleeve, wraps can also help keep larger foreign bodies from getting into the boots.
Easy installation tips: Insole: The soles of the hooves should sit safely in the soles of the boots. Make sure the whole supporting structure from the front cap to the rear support is in the Simple Boat sock. You may find it useful to check the elevated outer surface at the lower end of the shoe against the supporting length of the soles of the hooves (toes to supports according to the above diagram).
Outside cover: Make sure that the sole of the boots is pressed tightly against the heel. Tighten the external tabs around the hooves and press the hook -and-loop fastener on the tabs against the hook-and-loop fastener on the latch; keep it tight and leve. When the trunk is twisted or moving too much, it may be too large or the external lid may be loose.
SMALL: If you have trouble getting the boots on, they may be too small. It is ideal when the boots "click into place" on the hooves for a good fitting. IMPORTANT: The boots cannot be replaced if the belts have been removed. Make sure the boots are the right length before you start to trim them.