|Lost Shoe Replacement||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|Deep Mud or Wet Conditions||Yes||No||Yes||No|
|Worn Over Iron Shoes||No||Yes||Yes||No|
|Quick & easy Application||Yes||No||No||No|
|The Barefoot Horse||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
The Easyboot Transition offers an innovative combination of shock absorption and support never before seen in a hoof boot. The Easyboot Transition is available in 8 sizes that accommodate many hoof shapes and angles. this is an ideal hoof boot for pleasure riding (less than 25 miles a week) and is also suitable for therapeutic applications.
Size 000 - 2 $136.99
Size 3 - 5 $154.99
The Easyboot has been the industry’s leading horse boot for over thirty years. Easyboots have been used to win endurance races, complete mounted treks from 2,000-18,000 miles in length, provide traction to mounted police units, treat many hoof problems and ride a horse home after a lost shoe. Although the Easyboot concept has continued to improve each year, in 2005 we introduced several enhancements which incorporate testing and feedback from horsemen all over the world. Essential Gear
The Easyboot 2005 is the ultimate in hoof protection and one of the most important items you should carry with you on any ride. Prevent lameness and frustration when you lose a shoe far from home and still finish your ride without compromising the health and safety of your horse.
Easyboots can also be worn in place of steel shoes or even over steel shoes for additional protection, traction and cushioning on rocks and hard ground. These boots are ideal for horses with laminitis, founder, abscesses and other hoof-related medical problems. Made from durable urethane and in sizes to fit most horses, these boots will outlast any steel shoe!
Easy Boot Epic:
|Hoof Width||Hoof Length||Boot Size|
|3 3/16 - 3 3/8||3 3/8 - 3 5/8||Pony|
|3 3/8 - 3 13/16||3 5/8 - 3/16||000|
|3 13/16 - 4 5/16||4 3/16 - 4 5/8||00|
|4 5/16 - 4 9/16||4 5/8 - 4 15/16||0|
|4 9/16 - 4 7/8||4 15/16 - 5 1/8||1|
|4 7/8 - 5 1/8||5 1/8 - 5 9/16||2|
|5 1/8 - 5 1/2||5 9/16 - 5 15/16||3|
|5 1/2 - 5 15/16||5 15/16 - 6 7/16||4|
|5 15/16 - 6 7/16||6 7/16 - 6 7/8||5|
|6 7/16 - 6 7/8||6 7/8 - 7 7/16||6|
The Easyboot Grip is essentially the Easyboot Epic with an aggressive sole and traction tread pattern. The Easyboot Grip is ideal for the barefoot horse ridden in soft muddy conditions or wet grass and snow surfaces. The aggressive traction pattern provides better grip on these surfaces but should never be used on dry surfaces or hard surfaces.
The Grip should be used in soft soil conditions or soft wet grass and snow surfaces only! Although the Easyboot Grip provides increased traction in slippery conditions, riding horses in wet, muddy and soft conditions is dangerous and should be done at your own risk.
Available in sizes 3 only. Sold individually.
The Perfect Soaking Boot
The EasySoaker is perfect for a variety of applications where protection or treatment of the hoof is required:
Soaking and poulticing
Providing a clean, protected environment
Holding medication at wound site
Weight transfer (heel or toe)
With so many applications, the EasySoaker is a must-have in any tack room.
As with any hoof or leg related injury, consult your veterinarian or hoof care professional for diagnosis and treatment recommendations.
We recommend sizing up when purchasing an EasySoaker
Sizing up one to two sizes allows extra space for bandages and liquids to be used inside the boot. In addition, a larger size makes application and removal quicker and easier. Sold individually.
Not to be used for riding
Small-Large: $45.99 each
XLarge-XXXLarge: $50.99 each
Easy Soaker Size Chart(inches)
The Easyboot Rx is just the prescription for horses requiring a therapy boot that offers stability and support without being heavy or clunky.
Veterinarians, hoof care professionals and horse owners alike rely on the Easyboot Rx to help horses heal and recover quickly. It provides support and relief for horses suffering from chronic lameness, laminitis, founder, navicular and other lower limb/hoof problems.
The Rx is an excellent choice for those horses that simply have difficulty standing on hard surfaces for extended periods of time. The boot can be used to speed recovery and offer protection after surgery or injury, lessen fatigue and add protection during trailering as well as offer a safeguard in the breeding shed.
The sole of the Easyboot Rx is a combination of durable and soft material, much like that used in human orthotics, in a light weight package. All seams and edges of the upper are rounded for safety. Three air vents provide air circulation keeping the hoof cool while preventing the accumulation of dirt and debris. Each boot comes fitted with an EasyCare Comfort Pad (medium density)to provide immediate relief and additional sole support. Replacement comfort pads in three densities are available at a very affordable price.
Application is quick and easy. The unique upper of the Easyboot Rx folds down and opens large enough to accommodate the wide base of a hoof, allowing for quick application without strength or force. After the hoof is placed in the Easyboot Rx, two hook and loop tabs are fastened to provide a secure fit. A quick pull on the hook and loop tabs and the Easyboot Rx is easily slipped off the hoof. Each boot has a double hook and loop lock system that prevents the boot from opening unintentionally.
The Easyboot Rx is not intended for riding but can be used for light turn out.
The Rx works well with bandaging (be sure to size up one or two sizes when using with bandages).
Sizes 00 - 3
Sizes 4 - 7
This form-fitting, seamless boot hugs the hoof and responds like a natural foot. Flexible and tough, this boot adds traction to the hoof, while allowing a free stride and breakover.
Like a glove, this boot provides protection without stifling mobility. The Easyboot Glove material stretches over the hoof and clings to the wall so that debris stays out of the boot even through sandy and muddy conditions. No external hardware means that there is no need to worry about replacing cables. Studs are available for winter riding.
Does your horse overreach? These boots have a faster breakover and no hardware to catch on the front heel if you are wearing them on hind feet. This boot must be carefully sized and fitted to the hoof. Your horse’s width and length must fall into the same size category. If your horse’s width and length fall into two different size categories you must choose another boot style. If you believe that you measured correctly but the boot doesn’t fit tight try going to a smaller size or chose another boot in the EasyCare line.
We have found that measurements are more accurate and easier to take using the metric system.
The Easyboot Glue-On shell has been developed as a high performance boot and an option for horses in speed and long distance events.
The light weight shell has thin walls that allow the boot to stretch and form to the hoof. The end result is a seamless one-to-one fit that resembles a second skin over the hoof. The Easyboot Glue-On is the closest hoof boot option to the barefoot horse–light weight, no hardware and a seamless fit.
In order for this boot to work properly, it must fit snugly, the foot must be dry during application and the glue-on process must be carefully followed. Complete application details are available in the Easyboot Glue-On application guide.
This boot is perfect for the following situations:
- Pack trips
- Multi-day rides
- Endurance events
- Competitive trail rides (Most CTR’s do not allow boots that come above the coronary band.)
- Speed events, such as barrel racing
- Any circumstance where the presence of hardware is a concern
These boots are meant to be disposable, used once or twice and then thrown away. Glue left on the inside of the boot may affect performance. We do not recommend that a boot be left on for more that ten (10) days in a dry environment or five (5) days in a humid environment.
Same size chart as Glove
Replacement Cables & Buckles
Easy Foam Kit
Old Mac’s Multi Purpose Horse Boots, designed and developed in Australia, are a revolution in the equine world. Aimed at improving your horse’s soundness, well being, and performance, Old Mac’s will extend your horses working life..
Old Mac's Multi Purpose Horse Boots are a genuine and natural alternative to metal shoes. Old Mac’s facilitate the natural shock absorbing, weight bearing function of the hoof. Old Mac's will eliminate brittle hoof walls and the stress and trauma caused to your horse through constant nailing.
Old Mac's unique high-tech performance outsole, incorporates the unique Hoof Suspension System. The specially developed Thermo Plastic Urethane (TPU) compound will minimize and help speed up recovery from concussion-related injuries. If your horse suffers from any of the following - Arthritis, Pedal bone fractures, Jarred shins, Navicular disease, Ringbone, Knee fractures, Laminitis (founder), Bruised soles or Hoof walls and Scalping from overreaching - Old Mac's will benefit your horse.
Offer your horse the necessary SUPPORT and CONFIDENCE needed during transportation and wear Old Mac’s Multi Purpose Horse Boots™.
Old Mac’s will ELIMINATE the problem of your horse throwing a shoe - when you arrive at your destination no matter your discipline your horse will be ready to work. AVOID lower limb injuries. Old Mac’s PROTECT your horse from bulb and tendon damage, hoof wall & sole bruising. Old Mac’s exceptional traction will help PREVENT slipping on the loading ramp and offer increased confidence within a trailer.
Transporting is the ONLY time Old Mac’s can be used OVER metal shoes.
Protect both Stallion and Mare against kicking injuries by fitting Old Mac’s Multi Purpose Horse Boots. The unique outsole design will significantly improve traction during serving.
Our equine friends often suffer skeletal structure injuries due to their losing footing on greasy or hard surfaces. This sudden hyper-extension of the limbs can cause serious spinal, joint and/or ligament damage. Riders too, are often injured as a result of a horse losing its footing and falling on its rider. The traction offered in Old Mac's unique high-tech performance outsole helps ensure a safe ride for you and your horse.
The Old Mac's Generation 2 is a fine tuned version of its popular predecessor, re-engineered for a sleeker look, improved performance and greater longevity. One of its most positive features is a new tread pattern that provides aggressive traction while eliminating pressure on sensitive internal hoof structures. the G2 provides cushioning at the sole while allowing the tread to "take hold" of the road or any other challenging surface.
Another enhancement of the sole is the removal of the point at the toe. The G2 tread is rounded for a natural breakover.
For horses whose foot is too narrow to fit into the Old Mac's, there is good news! the shape of the sole on the G2 is different than the original. The new shape is slightly longer than wide and will fit a greater percentage of horses' feet. this is an important feature that will allow more horses to wear the boots comfortably and without inserts.
By integrating the side flaps with the new sole and adding a front protective shield, Old mac's has made the G2 more stylish and streamlined. The side flap integration narrows the boot, and reduces the amount of bulk over the foot.
The new front protective shield prevents wear at the front of the boot.
the rear of the boot is now reinforced and integrated with the sole. This design change strengthens the rear of the boot and eliminates the possibility of fitting the boot on a hoof that is too long.
Old Macs Pastern Wraps
The new Easyboot Trail is the easiest hoof boot in the world. The Easyboot trail can be easily put on and removed by young or old hands. The infinitely variable attachment system assures booted success for a broad spectrum of hoof sizes and shapes throughout the trim cycle. The boot opens up completely to easily slip on and off over most hoof shapes and sizes. The rear double Velcro attachment protects the entire hoof wall and keeps the boot firmly in place. EasyCare gaiters are sold separately. Aggressively Priced
Set at an entry-level price point, the Easyboot Trail offers superb value for the money and is sold in singles to allow correct fit for each hoof.
If you are a pleasure rider or a backcountry rider, this is the boot for you. The Easyboot Trail is recommended for medium-distance riding of up to 25 miles per week (usually an average of 1 - 1 1/2 hours a day).
Sizes 0-6 $86.99
Sizes 7-10 $95.99
"Our Best Boots Combined Into One"
The Easyboot Glove Back Country takes the best features of the Easyboot Glove and combines them with the Easyboot Trail. The Glove Back Country concept pairs the form-fitting fitting Glove chassis and incorporates an easy to secure upper modeled after the Trail.
The Easyboot Glove Back Country is Adorned With Features
The Comfort Cup Gaiter is incorporated into the rear of the boot for the latest technology in support and protection of the soft tissue areas.
The lightweight upper stabilizes the boot on the hoof Quick and easy to put on and take off: no strength or force required.
Available in 18 regular and wide sizes to fit most breeds (see sizing chart below)
Completely convertible: built on the Easyboot Glove chassis, this boot can be converted into an Easyboot Glove or Easyboot Glue-On (note: additional accessories required).
Sold in singles
The Most Luxurious Hoof Boot in the World
If you want the finest boot money can buy, this is the boot for you. The Easyboot Glove Back Country is recommended for medium to high mileage riding of 25 – 50 miles per week.
Available in sizes 00-4 Regular and 0-3 WIDE
It is important to match the width and length of the hoof to the Horse Boot size. The front hooves of most horses tend to be more round and wider than the hind hooves. The best fit may require a smaller size for the hind.
How to get the correct size boot for your horse:
-Measure the width of the hoof across the bottom at the widest point.
-Measure the length of the hoof from the toe to the buttress line of the heel.The buttress line is the farthest weight bearing point of the heel.
-Compare your measurement with the proper size chart
Ideally, the width and length measurement will fit into the same Horse Boot™ size. If the width and length measurements indicate different sizes, select the larger size.
Proper Hoof Measurement:
If the foot is dirty or you have trouble visualizing the butress line, the bottom of the foot can be lightly rasped or brushed until the hoof wall is clear. The ideal situation is where you can get 2 measurements, one before and one right after trimming. This will tell you how much growth to expect between trimmings.
Generally speaking, the length is the most important measurement when booting, and the mesurement that is most often misunderstood. A horse is measured from the toe to the butress line, which is the last weight bearing surface of the foot, where the hoof wall ends. A ruler should be placed at the toe, and run straight down the center of the hoof. If the heel bulbs are included in the measurement, the boot will be much too large.
If you plan on using the boot over the shoe, you should measure to the back of the shoe.
The widest part of the foot should be measured, straight across the hoof. Sometimes this is forward or behind the centerline. If the foot is chipped badly, estimate where the hoof should be.
If the horse is between sizes, go with the larger size.
Beacuse every boot size has a different shape, there are instances where some boots fit better than others. Easyboots, Epics and Boas fit a more elongated, oval foot, where Old Mac's are often better for rounder, shorter feet.
We do not recommend the boots if: -They choose Old Mac's and the hoof width is one or more sizes larger than the length OR the length exceeds the width by more than 4 sizes.
-Boa's, Easyboot or Epics are chosen and and the width is one or more sizes larger than the length OR the length exceeds the width by 2 or more sizes.
Common misconceptions about sizing:
1) Horse boots are sized about the same as horseshoes.
This is incorrect.Horse boots vary greatly and each requires an accurate measurement of the foot. Most boot sizes have a fixed length and much of the measurement is based on length rather than width.
2. Length is measured from the toe to "That part that I can see at the end of teh foot" (the bulb).
Length is measured from the toe to the butress line. Including the bulb will cause a boot to be much too large.
3. Every foot is the same size, so I'll just measure one foot
It is not unusual to have the hind feet be one size smaller than the front feet, or the front feet to be slightly different than each other. Each foot that is booted needs to be accurately measured.
4. I can just trace my horses feet to get an accurate measurement
It is better to pick up the foot and measure with a ruler than to take a tracing. A tracing usually adds at least 1/8" to the measurement (which could put you into another boot size) and many people trace around the heel bulbs which makes the measurement very inaccurate.
5.If my horse wears a #1 Easyboot, he will wear a #1 Boa.
Every boot is sized differently.