• Very light, but resilient at the same time.
  • Have a refective strip around the gaiter so that it helps with visibility in the night time.
  • Have no hardware on the medial aspect of the boot that can rub against the other fetlock if my horse gets tired on the third or fouth loop of an endurance ride.
  • Not let in any sand or grit – I train in 26,000 acres of sandy state park – that stuff gets into the smallest gaps!
  • Stay on at a gallop up and down hills even with the biggest push-off of the hind feet.



Name: Jenny Moncur
City: Rosedale, Victoria, Australia
Equine Discipline: Endurance
Favorite Boot: Easyboot Glove

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