If you’re having sudden, inexplicable boot retention problems, check your boot sizing. Re-measure your horse’s hooves and check to make sure he’s still fitting into that boot size. Horse’s hooves are not static entities…they grow and change, especially in the case of a shod horse making the barefoot transition. Even horses that have been barefoot [...]
Proper heel captivator position is paramount to boot function. See the Heel Captivator Position page for a full explanation and pictures.
It is our greatest desire that you are successful with our hoof boots and part of our customer service is making sure this happens. We will work with you to solve any problems you might be having. It might be as simple as an exchange for another size. Boot modifications and customization, such as the [...]
Go to our online store www.renegadehoofboot.com. In the upper left hand corner, you will find a category for “Parts”. Click here and it will take you to a section where you can order all the different boot parts. Note that parts are available and sized accordingly for each boot size. A size 00 boot will [...]
How long the boots last will depend greatly upon how your horse moves, the speed you travel and the terrain you ride upon. Footing like grass and fine-grained, clay-type soil will offer the greatest mileage, whereas rocky terrain, especially of the volcanic type, will result in accelerated rates of wear. In some situations, a horse [...]
Whether or not you need boots on all fours depends upon the health of the hooves in question, the sort of terrain you ride upon, the speed you travel, and the time you spend out on the trail. A horse with hooves that are not in optimal barefoot health, or going through a barefoot transition, [...]
Yes, you can. Just add the designation in the comments box when ordering. Keep in mind, however, that the straps can be readily removed and reinstalled on the opposite side, meaning any boot can be switched from a left or a right in short order.
Due to the open back design of the boot base, we can trim the back of the boot to accommodate hooves which are too short for any given width boot. The Standard Cutback option shortens the base by about 1/4” or 6.5mm. The Max Cutback option shortens the base by about 3/8″ or 9.5mm. You [...]
Yes, although this will ordinarily delay shipment.
Yes, we do this all the time. When you place your order, under where to send the boots include the name and address of the hotel and your expected date of arrival and your departure date. We will coordinate the shipping so that it will arrive just about the time that you arrive at the [...]