New Bigger Sizes for Old Mac's G2 and Easyboot Trail

Do you own a horse with big hooves? The big news for this winter is bigger sizes: the Old Mac's G2 and the Easyboot Trail will soon be available in sizes 11 and 12. Our existing sizes in these styles vary by 5mm increments, while sizes 11 and 12 will vary by 10mm increments. Thanks to this increase in sizing increments, we can accommodate a larger range of big hooves.

Size 11 will accommodate hooves with a width of 155-165mm (6 1/8" - 6 1/2"), and a length of 160-170mm (6 5/16" - 6 11/16").

Size 12 will accommodate hooves with a width of 165-175mm (6 1/2" - 6 7/8"), and a length of 170-180 (6 11/16" - 7 1/8").

Every Old Mac’s G2 horse boot has a unique hi-tech performance outsole and incorporates the patented Hoof Suspension™ System. The Old Mac’s G2 is composed of a specially developed Thermo Plastic Urethane (TPU) compound which minimizes concussion and shortens recovery time for horses with concussion-related injuries. The Old Mac’s G2 is a great option for pleasure riding (less than 25 miles per week) and can also serve as a therapy boot. If your horse suffers from any of the following - arthritis, pedal bone fractures, navicular disease, ringbone, laminitis (founder), bruised soles, or scalping from overreaching–the Old Mac’s G2 horse boot will benefit your horse.
The Easyboot Trail is the easiest hoof boot in the world to apply and remove. The attachment system assures booted success throughout the trim cycle. The boot opens up completely to easily slip on and off over most hoof shapes and sizes. The rear double Velcro® attachment protects the entire hoof wall and keeps the boot firmly in place. EasyCare Gaiters are an optional accessory (sold separately).

Alayna Wiley

Alayna Wiley, Marketing and Sales

Marketing and Sales

I assist the marketing and sales departments at EasyCare with a special interest in hoof care practitioner and veterinarian dealer accounts. My horses have been barefoot and booted since 2003.


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