Renegade Horse BootsHippopotamus horse boots
k. a. Blams, are fully functioning boots with the same qualities as the Renegade line, but with some non-structural, non-functional imperfections, e.g. small; blisters, scratches, small bumps, small bumps of other colours, etc.
Defaced hoof boots: non-structural, non-functional deficiencies. Stefans DuRoss and Hadji (aka "The Legend"). Hadji and I would never have reached this landmark together without your astonishing product and your support. 10,050 perseverance mile! More than 7,200 of these mile in Renegade Boots since 2007! Hadji has been able to walk the path safely and healthily for 17 years in a row.
About 700 mileage this year alone and he will be 25 years old in September with no sign of a slowdown.
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Renegade is an advanced horse boots for the barefooter that is simple to use and easily removed while remaining safe in the toughest environments and toughest work. Unique swiveling toe cap absorbs and reinforces the biomechanics of the foot and legs structures, enabling the foot and ankle to flex naturally.
This horse boots is made of a high-tech blend of polymers that is highly resistant to wear and provides excellent surface contact and tractive power on a wide range of terrains. It' conceived to go with a foot cut with a long toes, low Heel and a musang roller on the walls.
Renegade Hoof Boot is perfect for high-performance sport. The Renegade Hoof Boots® are manufactured in the USA.
There' s one on either side in the boots, just by the way the belts do, but they can readily be transformed just turn the belts off, turn them turned on their heads and back through the other direction. Useful to prolong the service live of the boots in case of irregular wearing, but to be caught early so as not to cause the horse too much unevenness.
This Viper boat has a lower profile, a more elastic soles, is light and slightly more streamlined than the Renegade boat. And Renegade also makes a slick. The two Renegade boots are best for low heeled, brumby chamfered and with or without minimum flare.
Whilst the boots are performing well on hoofs outside these standards, the buyer must exercise appropriate care. After trimming, take your horse a fortnight or two and evaluate the amount of flare, if any. If your horse is suffering from a "white line" (flickering), cut more frequently (every 2-3 weeks) with a Brumby chamfer to remove the leverages.