Easyboot Trail: Week 3 of the Countdown

 We are already at Week 3 of the Easyboot Trail launch countdown which means more images have been released.

If you like to ride your horse on backcountry trails or if you like to take a pack string out into the wilderness, then this is your boot.

Do you worry about your ability to put on the boots and to take them off?
The Easyboot Trail has no moving parts to negotiate and opens up wide and long to insert or remove the hoof. That means almost no strength or force is required to use this boot successfully.

Are you concerned at how hoof growth affects boot fit during the trim cycle?

Depending on the regularity of the trimming schedule, the horse's hoof can literally increase one entire size between trims. And if you prefer not to maintain the hoof between visits by your hoof care practitioner, this growth can play havoc with the fit of your boots.

 Does your horse have trouble getting boots that are the right size?
Built on the Old Mac G2 chassis, the Easyboot Trail will be available in 11 sizes. We've added a size chart on the Easyboot Trail page so you can check now to see which boot will fit your horse.

Do you worry about boots staying on?

If you ride in the most challenging of trail conditions, we think the design of this boot might just be for you.

These questions are answered today on the Easyboot Trail countdown page at http://easyboottrail.com. Remember, the Easyboot Trail launch date is set for April 25, 2011.

The Easyboot Trail is designed specifically for light and medium mileage riders who ride up to 25 miles per week. Offering value for money, this boot will be available at an entry-level price point.

Kevin Myers

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Director of Marketing

I am responsible for the marketing and branding of the EasyCare product line. I believe there is a great deal to be gained from the strategy of using booted protection for horses, no matter what the job you have for your horse.


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