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diagram2Iconoclast® Orthopedic/Rehabilitation Boots were designed by horse trainers and leading veterinarians who were unsatisfied with the performance of every other support boot in the market place. The equine leg needs support and protection against the daily rigors of extreme physical activities and there has not been a boot that adequately meets those demands until now.

diagram1The Iconoclast® Orthopedic/Rehabilitation Boot is a working recovery boot for horses that have sustained an injury or are presenting signs of soreness in their suspensories and sesamoids. Working in conjunction with our patented Double Sling Strap is our patented Orthopedic Wedge™ that is positioned behind the distal pastern. The soft ergonomically designed Orthopedic Wedge™ provides additional vertical support to the suspensories by dispersing the impact shock from each hoof strike. Combining the Orthopedic Wedge™ with the Double Sling Strap creates a boot that ensures 360 degree support and protection.

Sizing and Application Guidelines

To have the correct fit, please measure the largest part of the ankle or fetlock. If you have those measurements when purchasing your boot, you will be able to get your horse into the correct size boot.

Small: 9″ and Under
Medium: 9-1/4″ to 10-1/4″
Large: 10-1/2″ to 11-1/2″
Extra Large: 11-1/2″ to 12-1/2″
Extra, Extra Large: 12-1/2″ to 13-1/2″
This larger size should fit most hunter jumper/dressage horses.

Available in White or Black.

We recommend using a soft tape measure. If you do not have a soft tape measure you can use something like string, wrap it around the fetlock, mark where the end meets the rest of the string and then simply lay it flat next to a tape measure, ruler or yard stick to get your measurement.


Orthopedic Boots - Hind

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