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Re: [RC] [RC] more questions for those that sell boots - kp ross

I think if your EZ Boots are tight before you put the Comfort Pads in that one might need to size up.  Just my experience. . . . kim from lakeport

On 9/29/06, Kristi Schaaf <iluvdez@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
LP -

I've noticed that my sensitive-soled horse DOES feel
those little knobs, and I use liner pads with those
boots (I prefer the hard plastic ones over the
spongier ones, but they're hard to find). That said,
the little 'knobs' are only in the older style Ez
boots that I have. My new EZ boots, Epics and Bares
all have almost smooth bottoms...And, I haven't found
that I've needed a different size boot if I use the
Kristi iluvdez at yahoo dot com

I've noticed that all the catelogs that I have that
are selling Macs and Easyboots, have these pad inserts
for them as well. Do these hard plastic 'knobs'
(similar to the plastic horse scrubber brush I have)
end up hurting their soles on the really long rides?
Is it neccessary for road concussion to insert these
pads? Does the size boot a horse needs, change to a
larger size when you insert this pad? (

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Re: [RC] more questions for those that sell boots, Kristi Schaaf