Equilibrium Products Equi-Chaps Hardy Chaps (Equine)
Equi-Chaps Hardy Chaps are designed to help prevent leg injuries during turn-out, which is ideal for young, boisterous or accident prone horses.The Equi-Chaps range is designed to provide a simple solution to improve the horse’s welfare throughout the winter months. The Hardy Chaps provide protection and also eliminate the need for both a brushing boot and an overreach boot as they protect from knee/hock to heel. The 7mm neoprene, lined on the outside with a textured fabric and with nylon on the inside, is tough on the outside and comfortable on the inside protecting your horse from potential injury. The material is fast drying so they are easy to wash mud off and dry for the following day. As they help keep legs warm and dry they are ideal for older horses or those with ringbone or arthritis. The touch and close straps make them secure even around the fetlock joint and they come in an array of sizes to suit the smallest of ponies and the largest of horses. Equi-Chaps Close Contact Chaps Size Guide Getting the correct size is so important with chaps. If they are too big, they will slip down or allow mud to get under the chap, too small and stress will be exerted on the seams leading to splitting. Extra Small: Small Pony (12hh - 13.3hh). Cannon Width: 16-18 cms/6-7 ins Small: Large Pony, Arab/LW Horse Fores (13hh - 15hh). Cannon Width: 18-20 cms/7-8 ins Medium: Medium Horse Fores; Pony Hinds) (15hh - 16hh). Cannon Width: 20-22 cms/8-9 ins Medium Wide: Cob or Heavyweight Horse (15hh-16hh). Cannon Width: 22 - 24 cms/8.5-9.5 ins Large: Large Horse Fores (16hh - 17hh Middleweight). Cannon Width: 22 - 24 cms/8.5-9.5 ins Extra Large: Large Horse Hinds or Extra Large Horse Fores (17hh +). Cannon Width: 24 - 26 cms/9.5-10 ins
|Instructions for use||Apply to the horse's legs before turnout.
PLEASE NOTE: Hardy Chaps are made from a heavyweight non breathable neoprene. Please take care to limit the length of time that Hardy Chaps are worn in warm weather. Horse owners are advised to regularly check that the horse’s leg is not overheating.