Thinline Bell Boots with Rolled Top

Item# 4020TL
5.05
$44.99
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Thinline Velcro Bell Boot. Made with the famous ballistic-style ThinLine material you know and love, these easy on and off Velcro bell boots can withstand the wear and tear of the toughest terrain and horses! Perfect for work, turnout, or trail, these boots offer superior impact protection. Built slightly shorter than most turnout boots, you can say goodbye to lost boots in the field during turnout! The signature ThinLine material is anti-fungal and will not absorb water or hold heat.

Care Instructions: Horse bell boots can be hosed or sponged off or, machine wash in cold water with a mild detergent. Hang to dry.

30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee and One-year Product Warranty. Please contact Manufacturer for Warranty Questions.

Product Details:

  • Velcro style Bell Boot
  • Shorter frame to not interfere with turnout or work
  • Anti-fungal and will not hold heat or absorb water
  • See sizing chart for fit details

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
5.05

(based on 5 reviews)

By
November 30, 2019
5.05
"These are the toughest wearing, longest lasting bell boots I've ever used!"
By
May 07, 2017
5.05
"Perfect fit. I purchased a medium directly from ThinLine and they were too big for my petite footed mare. I returned them and got the small from Big Dee's for less $$ and free shipping."
By

April 12, 2016
5.05
"soft"
By

April 12, 2016
5.05
"i finally bought a pair of large that are truely a large. I have a 16.3H horse, these not only fit great they are wearing great too."
By
MA
April 12, 2016
5.05
"These are easy to put on,easy to clean, and mine have lasted 6 years. In fact, they re still serviceable, just have a quarter sized hole in each where my mare has worn them. I like that they do not have a knob to keep them in place, because an ill placed noturn knob can be very bothersome tosome horses."