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Kentucky - Young Horse Fetlock Boot - 88299

Kentucky - Young Horse Fetlock Boot - 88299

by Kentucky


Price: 52.08 / US$64.06 (62.50 / US$76.88 Inc VAT)
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The NEW Kentucky Young Horse Fetlock Boots are the ideal choice for competing both in young horse classes (Conforming to FEI rules) and also for use in general classes for the ultimate in protection without bulk.

The new boots are inspired by the brand's successful Armadillo Show Jumping Boots and compliment their unique sleek good looks with innovative design. Offering outstanding lightweight protection with D3O intelligent molecules within the boot's strike zone, this clever material locks on impact and then disperses the blow returning to its former pliable self immediately.

Anatomically shaped to offer a comfortable and stable fit, the new design features a tough outer shell casing, which is styled in an extremely light yet strong TPU outer shell with an embossed logo, which helps to protect against impact without compromising on style. The breathable neoprene mass ensures freedom of movement and comfort.

The PVC leather section on the single Velcro strap is hardwearing, easy to clean and features the brand's eye-catching logo. The generous Velcro single strap ensures a secure and adjustable fit, completing this directional and highly desirable boot.

Available in black or brown, in Full size only.

D3O is a patented technology combining enhanced chemistry, engineering and design to produce high performance shock absorption and impact protection. It flows freely when moving slowly to provide maximum flexibility, but on impact it locks together to absorb energy, before instantly returning to its flexible state.