VenTech Elite Sports Medicine REAR Boots

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Now with VenTECH technology, the Elite Sports Medicine Boot is lightweight and multi-layered with a ventilated neoprene exterior and UltraShock lining. Ventilated neoprene conforms to your horse, allows heat and moisture to escape, and keeps your horse cool, comfortable and performing at its best. The boot provides 360 degrees of protection, safeguarding the cannon bone, tendons and soft tissue, and is proven to absorb over 26% of energy from hoof impact. The uniquely designed suspensory strap stretches with each stride, allowing full ankle movement and helping to eliminate hyperextension of the fetlock. The distinctive angle of this strap guarantees proper application, ensuring the boot provides maximum protection.

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The VenTECH™ Sports Medicine Boot Elite is available in two designs, accommodating the front and hind legs. Knowing that each leg functions differently, the VenTECH™ Elite SMB is contoured to provide exceptional fit and function.

It is important to choose the correct size for your horse to get the optimum benefits from the VenTECH™ Elite SMB. The circumference measurement of the boot is more critical than the height because the boot must fit around the horser's leg and overlap 1/2" to 1.5" to be effective.


When sizing the height of the horse and the coarseness of the bone should be taken into account, but these should not be the only determining factors. The VenTECH™ Elite SMB is available in small, medium and large sizes (X-Large not in VenTECH™). As a general rule, horses will use the same size on both the front and hind legs. For instance, many mature horses wear the VenTECH™ Elite SMB in a medium on the front and an VenTECH™ Elite SMB medium on the hind leg as well. However, in such instances where a horse may have pronounced size differences in the fetlocks, the horse may wear a smaller size in the front than in the rear, or vice-versa.

To choose the correct size, refer to the above chart. If you are still unsure which size to get, you should measure the circumference of your horse's front and rear fetlocks at the widest point.


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