The best most technologically advance ankle boot with carbon fiber and gel technology . This flexible easy to fit ankle boot is the perfect complement to the open front jumper boots. The shell is composed of semi-rigid polyurethane that mold to your horses legs. The carbon fiber and gel reinforced strike plates protect as your horses brush. Fast release ferrules with narrowing hook holes allow fast and easy hooking and release, without compromising security.
Made in Italy
Mike Winters tried his first pair of Veredus bootsat training camp prior to the Pan Am Games. Heliked them so well, that a week and a half later hetook them to the games and competed in them, andloaned a pair to fellow team member, Kyle Carter.“Th e quality and efficiency of these boots really setsthem apart from the others,” explains Mike. “Whenyou’re riding six or seven horses a day, every day, youneed a boot that fits well with no slippage, is safe, andone that’s really easy to clean and use. Veredus bootslive up to every single one of those expectations, andthey look great too.” A Carbon strike plate, whichprovides absolute protection for the suspensorytendon, is combined with a Dual Density Shell forcomplete protection. Combined with a gel pad thatreduces the transmission of shocks and impacts by40%, and a no-slip, anatomical design, and theseboots are a necessity for every show jumping phase.
- Sizes: S, M, L
- Colors: Black, Brown, Grey
Veredus Boot Sizing
|Pony||Small||17-19 cm (approx 6.69"-7.48")|
| Horse|| Medium||20-24 cm (approx 7.87"-9.45")|
|Big Horse||Large||Over 24 cm (over approx 9.45")|
It is difficult to apply a rule for all cases but following a scientific study made on a wide range of horses it has been possible to create the following chart, suitable for horses which do not suffer from any particular abnormalities. The chart above suggests the correct size in relation to the cicumfrence of the cannnon bone.One can find the measurement of the cannon bone more or less halfway down the lower leg between the knee/hock and the fetlock joint.Another way to check the size is correct, is the front opening. Once the tendon boot is put on, it has to be wide open. Should the tendon boot be too closed (narrow) it means that the boot is too big and a small size will be necessary.