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Leg Protector Sizing and Fitting Guide

 

To ensure a good fit, each packet has two smaller sizes for front legs for example:

Small packet includes – 2 Small and 2 XSmall (for front legs)

Medium Packet includes – 2 Medium and 2 Small (for front legs)

Large packet includes – 2 Large and 2 Medium (for front legs)

XLarge packet includes – 2 XLarge and 2 Large (for front legs)

 

 

* Important *
Please see the below images for reference of where to measure.
The most important measurement is the circumference to ensure a secure fit that stays put on your horse.
Length must be measured along the back of the cannon bone, from just under the knee to the top of the fetlock joint.
The bottom part of the Leg Protector that is designed to fit around the fetlock joint but is not included in the cannon bone measurements.

 

 

 

SizeCannon Bone Measurement (cm)
Circumference Minimum Width (cm)Maximum Width (cm)


XSmall


26
Top2123
Middle2325
Fetlock2628


Small


28
Top2224
Middle2426
Fetlock2732


Medium


30
Top2326
Middle2529
Fetlock2834


Large


32
Top2428
Middle2631
Fetlock3136


XLarge


36
Top2830
Middle3034
Fetlock3440

 

Fitting the Leg Protectors

  1. Check Leg Protectors are in perfect condition before putting on horse.
  2. The smaller pair will fit the front legs and the larger pair will fit the hind legs.
  3. Make sure the horse’s legs are clean and dry before putting Leg Protectors on.
  4. Wrap the Leg Protector around the cannon bone.
  1. The Leg Protector is designed to fit around the fetlock at the bottom which is why it is bigger at one end.
  2. Place the binding with the reinforced strip at the back of the cannon bone, this helps to keep your Leg Protectors up.
  3. Attach Velcro strap so they are secure, it is important they are not loose around the leg or able to turn easily. The width fitting is more important than the length.
  4. Repeat this process on all four legs.

Leg Protectors should be removed from the horse regularly to remove any grass seeds, mud, dirt etc.