* The best fly-bite protection on the planet (for horses) * Stop the stomp! * Help reduce stressful stomping which leads to hoof damage and leg fatigue * Easy-to-use Velcro fasteners; will not sag * Chemical-free * Comfortable and durable * Made of breathable, flexible plastic mesh to allow air circulation * Help prevent painful bites from flies and other biting insects * Help reduce stress and stomping caused by fly bites * Help prevent botflies from laying eggs that cause hoof problems * Speed healing time of abrasions and wounds by allowing air flow * Help reduce inflammation and muscle fatigue caused by continuous stomping * Lower edge is finished in felt to eliminate embedded wild oats, burrs and foxtails * Do not restrict blood flow or range of motion * Made in the USA * Learn more about Shoofly Leggins in ‘Photos’ below * See Shoofly Leggins in action – watch the One-Minute Challenge in 'Other Info' below
Stop the stomp with Shoofly Leggins! Loose-fitting and chemical-free leggings help prevent painful fly bites and help reduce stressful stomping which leads to hoof damage and leg fatigue. Also help prevent botflies from laying eggs and causing botfly larvae infestation. And they're patented! Made from breathable, flexible, plastic mesh to allow air circulation. Plastic mesh does not allow biting flies (deer, horse and horn) to penetrate. Help reduce joint irritation, hoof problems and muscle fatigue caused by continuous stomping. Help speed healing time of abrasions and wounds by allowing air flow. Do not restrict blood flow or range of motion. Easy to attach, comfortable to wear and will not sag due to unique sewn-in plastic stays. Heavy-duty Velcro ensures durability and wear-ability. Lower edge is finished in felt to eliminate embedded wild oats, burrs and foxtails.
Mini: 6.25"L, 8.5" bottom circ, 10" top circ; Yearling: 12.5"L, 13" bottom circ, 15.5" top circ; Small: 13.5"L, 13.5" bottom circ, 17.5" top circ; Medium: 14.5"L, 14.5" bottom circ, 18.5" top circ; Large: 15"L, 15" bottom circ, 19.5" top circ.
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"I have used Shoofly Leggins for the last 3-1/2 years and have found them very useful at the veterinary clinic. Horses tend to stand much quieter during foot or leg procedures when these leggings are used on the other limbs. Inflammation is reduced on horses' feet due to reduced stomping when used routinely in corrals or small pastures." Dr. Rex H. Bridgman Ord, NE
"Shoofly Leggins is the best product I have found to protect horses against flies. As a farrier I use them on every horse to reduce stomping. By reducing stomping I can work around the horse faster and more efficiently. My clients have seen less damage to hoofs, better wear on the shoes of performance horses, and prevention of botflies and insect bites. These boots do not sag or restrict mobility, they can be worn in stalls or pasture and will stay on to protect your horse's legs." Levi Hanten Mitchell, SD
"I'm impressed with the Shoofly Leggins and how well they work. Whisper was clearly more comfortable with them. Paired with a fly sheet and a fly mask, your horse could probably go out in the worst flies and still be comfortable." Paige Cerulli, The Equine Insider blog
"In one word – FANTASTIC! Your horse can be protected from biting [flies] by utilizing Shoofly Leggins. All of the horses and donkeys on the farm are wearing leg protectors with excellent results!...Due to the plastic insert in the leg protectors they do not slide or scrunch down. The loose fit allows for air circulation and the flies do NOT crawl down inside. None of the horses had bot eggs on their legs this year. We tried other fly protectors but we found that they slipped down, resulting in less protection, loss of leg protectors, and collection of dirt and debris…We have yet to replace any Leggins." Last Chance Farm Pine Grove, PA
"Two thumbs up for Shoofly Leggins! I wholeheartedly agree about Shoofly Leggins! We've been wearing them for the past 5 years – every summer from about May-Oct on his front legs only. Farrier recommended them to keep him from stomping/destroying his hooves. A pair generally lasts 1-2 seasons. Never slip down. Horse typically hasn't been able to get them off." Chronicle of the Horse discussion board
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