Scoot Mud Straps
- 2 Mud Strap Collars
- 4 Mud Strap Sleeves (to be used to improve the fit or if your horse has sensitive skin/rubbing issues)
|Mud Strap Size Chart|
Note - as there are so many variables to the size of a horses upper hoof, you may find the Mud Straps are a size too small. If this is the situation, you can easily extend the length 10mm (3/8") which will be the length of the next size up. Do this by heat stretching.
When you have the perfect fit - you will achieve maximum retention
If too big - if the Mud Strap can be pulled down to comfortably reach the coronet band, then your Mud Strap is a size too big and will pull off the hoof with minimum pressure
If too small - if you cannot slip a finger comfortably around the periphery of the Mud Strap, then the Mud Strap is a size too small and will likely cause rubbing
I was loosing boots at a canter in heavy grass. Trying the mud straps to keep the boots on. So far so good. Lost a little hair on the fetlock and took the trail gaiters off for a better fit.
Get the mud straps in color. That is the best way to find them.
Fantastic product! Now my boots stay on, no matter what the terrain or levels of mud !!
They stay on well, but take more time to put on.
As for the shims (before I used the mud straps) they went out in some mud and are lost. Should have used the mud straps but I didn't know I was going in deep mud.
1 of my Scoots is slightly too big. The mud straps were suggested to me from the staff at Scoot Boots. They really did stabilise the boot. Ordered them in yellow so they look really good on the black boots.