Thick Bottom Pull-On Rubber Bell Boots
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Pittrivera
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Rating: 5

Great for Turnout.

posted 5 years ago

I like these because they aren't too expensive so if you loose one its not too bad. I used them when I had issues with shoes being pulled off. They worked well.

Pros: Wonderful if your horse has to have bell boot on 24/7.

Cons: Hard to find in the field.

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Bella C.
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Rating: 4

Getting them on

posted 5 years ago

I have a pair of durable pullons but I prefer the velcro ones. Its really hard to get the pullons on and off. Velcro closures are easier but not as durable. If you find pullons without the hassle these boots are great for the horse that continuelly shreds his.

Pros: More durable then other bell boots

Cons: Pullons are very difficult to get on.

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