QHP Bell boots Gloss - Burgundy
- How to fit a Horse Rug
These bell boots complete your entire Phoenix set. Bell boots take the impact of the hind legs and protect the coronet and hoof balls. The airflow neoprene liner breathes well and dissipates heat and moisture. The 'Q' pin gives the protectors a chic touch.
Want to know what size is best for your horse? Check out the size chart.
- Outside material: 50% polyester, 50% resin
- Material lining: neoprene/polyester
- Protects the coronet and pasterns of the front legs from the impact of the hind legs
- With hook and loop fasteners
- With airflow neoprene lining that breathes well, wicks away heat and moisture
- With 'Q' pin o the closure
- Machine washable at 30 degrees. Close the hook and loop fasteners before washing and preferably use a laundry bag
- Matching Gloss products available
- Part of the winter collection 22/23
A horse rug is an essential part of caring for your horse and a rug that fits correctly is key to protect your horse and keep them safe and comfortable.
Measuring your horse
Feet and Inches
To measure your horse, use a soft tape measure and measure from the centre of the chest to the end of the buttocks.
To measure your horse for a rug with European sizing (cm) measure from the withers, across the back to the top of the tail.
Fitting a rug
The rug should fit well over the withers and the shoulders so that the horse can move freely without the rug slipping back.
The straps should be tight enough to hold the rug in place, but not so tight that they cause the rug’s shape to distort on the horse’s back. If too tight they may cause pressure points around the horse’s chest and wither area.
Cross surcingles should be fastened so you can fit a hand’s breadth between the surcingles and the horse’s body. This means that the straps are tight enough to prevent legs becoming caught should the horse lie down, but not so tight to cause discomfort.
If the rug has leg straps, they should be fastened so that the left strap is passed around the left hind leg and fastened back to the left side. The right strap should then pass around the right hind leg, loop through the left strap, and then fasten to the right side. There should be about 4-5” between the strap and the horse’s leg to prevent the rug slipping without causing the horse any discomfort.
Customs Charges and Import Duties
If you place an order with us and you are outside the EU, you may be liable to pay VAT and import duties.
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If you are not completely satisfied for any reason with the products you received, you have 30 days to return your item(s) from the date of delivery for a full refund.
Each item(s) you return needs to be new, unused and in its original packaging. Please note that we do not cover the return shipping costs unless the return is a result of our error (you received an incorrect or defective item, etc.)
To make your return quick and hassle-free please download and fill out this form and attach it to your return parcel, then use one of the methods below to send it back to us.
To Return Your Products (International)
Use your preferred postal/courier service and send your return to:
2F Ard Gaoithe Business Park
Republic of Ireland
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