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Harrys Horse Protection Boots Flextrainer Black

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Product description

This popular leg protectors are provided with a special white lining which heating of the leg during the training occurs. The perfect fit provides an optimal freedom of movement. The boots are machine washable (30 degrees).

Packaged in luxury mesh bag.

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Reviews

216 reviews
  • Look good (58)
  • Easy to use (85)
  • Excellent quality (40)
  • Good fit (59)
  • Easy to wash (41)
  • Not (10)
  • Bond quickly becomes uglier if it has been wet once (8)

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Ann from Lier on 01/06/2020

Yes, I recommend this product

very user-friendly

they look nice, fit is good and easy to wash

  • Easy to wash
  • Look good
  • Excellent quality
  • Good fit
  • Easy to use

Yasmine from Wetteren on 24/05/2020

Yes, I recommend this product

Recommended!

Beautiful and good fit! Easy to wash off. They are handy and ideal for a training ride.

  • Easy to use
  • Look good

Lisa from Lutten on 22/05/2020

Yes, I recommend this product

good for sensitive legs

Perfect leg protectors if your horse has quick wounds on his / her legs. My horse has superficial wounds very quickly. Expensive leg protectors tried, but these work the very best. Are easy to wash out, after which they look as good as new. I immediately ordered them for the hind legs. Size fits just right. The legs get a little warm, but mine gets that because of other leg protection.

  • Keep looking good
  • Easy to apply
  • Effective protection
  • Excellent quality
  • Look good
  • Easy to use
  • Easy to wash
  • Good fit
  • Fur is rap dirtily through her

Dana from Warmond on 20/05/2020

Sent back

Size L was too big for my 1.66 baroque horse. I also didn't like the inside. Otherwise beautiful.

  • Look good
  • Easy to apply
  • Not muscle white
  • Dust not fine
  • They are too long and do not fall nicely around the bullets

Whj from Haalderen on 13/05/2020

Yes, I recommend this product

Super nice flex trainers

Super nice and well-fitting flex trainers. Fit well and nice quality.

  • Keep looking good
  • Excellent quality
  • Easy to apply
  • Easy to use
  • Look good
  • Good to clean
  • Very luxurious look
  • Effective protection
  • Looks good
  • Easy to wash
  • Good fit

Larissa from Oostvoorne on 05/05/2020

Yes, I recommend this product

Beautiful luxury flex trainers

Beautiful white flex trainers, only that fake fur is a bit warm

  • Good fit
  • Look good
  • Fur is rap dirtily through her

Question and Answer


indy on 24/04/2020:

Do these tendon boots prevent the tendons from getting too warm in the summer due to the fur?

The inside is lined for good heat dissipation, so this is not the case!
Margaux on 19/12/2019:

For a horse of 1m65 or a little more for the anterior and posterior it would be necessary to take L?

For a 1m65 horse, in most cases, you need size L at the front and size Xl at the back. I advise you to refer to the second photo on the article page and to take the measurements of your horse so as not to be mistaken. cordially
Mandy on 01/08/2019:

Should have a pony of 1.48 Maatje m or s and if it does not fit you can send them back.

If articles do not fit you can return them for free. Large ponies and horses usually fit size M with the front legs. If you know that the leg of your pony is actually a bit narrower and shorter, you can order the best size S.
carine on 29/07/2019:

these protectors, do you buy these per 2 or is this per 4?

The protectors are sold per 2 pieces.
Betha on 29/07/2019:

Are the flex trainers for the front legs? And are they also for the hind legs?

The same flex trainers are used for the hind legs, but one size larger than that chosen for the front legs.
lefevre on 05/06/2019:

hello, here we can buy the previous or later for this price?

No, the item is sold in sets of 2. If you want posteriors and anterior ones. You have to buy the article twice, and take one more size for the back. cordially
Montoux on 07/05/2019:

Hello I would like to know what size to take knowing that my horse measures 1m72 Thank you :)

For a horse of 1m72 at the withers, in most cases, I advise you to take the size L and for the back to take the size XL. Always take one more size at the back. Cordially.
STEINER on 11/04/2019:

Hello I would like to know if a size M will be suitable for the anterior and posterior for a horse of 1m65 or should it take a size L for later?

In most cases, it is necessary to take the size L for the hindquarters, and M for the previous ones for a horse of 1m65 to the withers. cordially
Yvelin on 09/01/2019:

Hello I would like to know what size to take please for my pony which measures 1m48 For the anterior and posterior please Thank you for your return

We advise for the ponies to take for the front size S and for the back size M. Best regards
Bjarne on 19/11/2016:

What are the lengths of these protectors

Size S: width 26cm, height 25.5cm. Size M: width 28cm, height 26.5cm. Size L: width 32cm, height 30.5cm. Size XL: width 33cm, height 33cm.
Mellanie on 17/10/2016:

I see that there are hind legs in some recessions, can you also use these for hind legs?

You can use these for the front and rear legs. In general, the size of the hind legs is larger than the front legs.
Yvonne on 12/04/2016:

There are two different types of these leg protectors. Is there a kind of holes on the inside of this protector? So not in the fur but in the hard part of the hood. In the photo I only see the silk with Velcro

You probably mean the Air protectors, see the link below. https://www.agradi.nl/harrys-horse-beenbeschermers-flextrainer-air-bruin-m.htm These are better ventilating.
Yvonne on 12/04/2016:

There are two different types of these leg protectors. Is there a kind of holes on the inside of this protector? So not in the fur but in the hard part of the hood. In the photo I only see the silk with Velcro

That is not the case with these protectors, you probably mean the Air variant that provides better ventilation. See the link below for the Air variant. https://www.agradi.nl/harrys-horse-beenbeschermers-flextrainer-air-bruin-m.htm
HEIDI LAMBRECHTS on 08/04/2016:

are these leg protectors suitable for dressage horses and is there a difference in size for the front and back?

These protectors can be used in dressage horses. For the front legs you can best order a size smaller than for the hind legs.
GOYVAERTS NADINE on 11/03/2016:

is there a difference in front and rear legs?

No, you can use these protectors for the front and rear legs. Often a size is taken for the hind legs than for the front legs.

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