The Easyboot Glove is a form-fitting, seamless boot that is flexible yet tough. It provides traction and protection to the hoof without affecting mobility.
I used to use the Gloves (prior to the release of the Equine Fusion Jogging Shoes) and I loved the fact that there were no buckles and cables to break (my biggest problem with the Easyboot Epics), but this means you do need a much tighter fit which makes them much harder to put on especially if your horse has a flared hoof. The tight fit can also prevent the hoof from being able to function optimally.
The manufacturer states that the Gloves have an aggressive treat pattern that has been proven over all kinds of terrain, however I found them to be quite slippery on trails especially in colder weather when the plastic becomes harder. Also whilst the sole is very durable it does not flex with the hoof so you really need to add a pad to prevent the hoofwall from being the main weightbearing structure. Unfortunately because of the low profile of the boot, it is difficult to add a pad as they make it much more likely for the boot to come off.
There is a power strap that you can add to help to get a tighter fit but they again do make it hard to get the boots on.
STUDS: recommended for additional traction on slippery surfaces such as mud, ice and snow. Minimum of 4 studs per boot are recommended.
These boots are very dependent on a good fit so be sure to measure accurately. They must be snug. EasyCare suggest you measure using the metric system as the the measurements will be more accurate.
They are available in standard width and also in a wider width for hooves that are more round than oval. See tables below.
Easycare's recommended retail price is $73 (US) each.
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