Did you know that EasyCare offers six different size charts for our different styles of Protective Hoof Boots?
You can use one size chart for the Easyboot, Epic, Grip, Edge, RX Therapy Boot and the Bare. The Easyboot, Epic, Grip and Bare sizing go from Pony to size 7, while the RX starts at size 00 and goes to size 7 and the Edge goes from size 0 to size 3 only.
We have one size chart for the Boa Boot that goes from size 00 to size 8, which is the largest boot that EasyCare Makes.
We have one size chart for the Easy Soaker in small, medium, large, extra large and double extra large. It is important to note here that if you are going to be using a poultice or any other wrapping, you should move up one size.
We have one size chart for the Old Mac Original, which goes from size 0 to size 8. I know that you have probably heard that the Old Mac is no longer in production, but we do still have some sizes available and our dealers still have them in their showrooms.
We have one size chart for the Old Mac Generation 2, or better known as the G2’s. These measurements go from size 0 to size 10. A lot of people think that the G2 is our biggest boot because is goes to a size 10, but as I said before, the Boa boot actually has the largest sizing.
You can measure for all of the boots above in either inches or millimeters. If you measure in centimeters, just add a zero to the end of the number to get your measurement in millimeters. For example, if your horse measures 11 centimeters in width, he would be 110 millimeters.
And we have one size chart for the Glove and the Glue-Ons. To find sizing for the Glove, the measurements have to be taken in millimeters. Please do not trace the hoof or measure in inches and try to convert. That does not work. Just get a regular wood, metal or plastic ruler. One side will be inches, the other side is either going to be centimeters or millimeters.
I had a lady call and say, “If my horse wears a size 3 in the Glove, what size would he be in the Epic?” Sorry, two totally different size charts!
If you are still confused, please call our friendly, helpful Customer Service folks here at EasyCare and we will be happy to help you!
When you call EasyCare, I’m one of the folks that will answer. I’m also one of the cowgirls in the group. (Heck no, I don’t show, I Rodeo!) When it comes to life’s adventures – never pull back on the reins, and remember: the world is best-viewed through the ears of a horse!