EquiTube Boot Liner (pair)

EquiSports Performance Company


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Select 6.25cms for up to 9" bone measurement or 6.75 cms for over 9" measurement.

EquiTube Boot Liners are a single thickness finished product used to protect against chafing when worn under brushing, tendon boots or cross country boots and can taped to maintain position.

EquiTube will provide light tissue support. Within the cylindrical fabric tube are covered elastic threads, which will adjust to the contours of the underlying anatomy and distribute circumferential pressure evenly over the skin surface.

EquiTube™ Boot Liners are stitched at both open ends, which makes them look a lot smarter as no fraying can occur. We have also had EquiTube custom dyed in black.

EquiTube is very useful to protect the pastern and heels from reacting to dirt or sand tracks. It can be taped around the hoof to prevent particle ingress.

EquiTube™ has been used to prevent sunburn on pink skinned or photosensitive limbs.


EquiTube is also available as double thickness bandage liners or in 5 metre rolls.


The Purchaser accepts full responsibility for the safe fit and proper use of EquiTube.



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