The Equine Fusion Active Jogging Shoes have a a carbon-look (non-leather) material with double lock velcro fastening upper which makes them very easy to put on and off. The difference between the Active jogging shoes and the All Terrain Boots is the extra fastener that ensures the boot stays put in all different types of terrains.
The Active Jogging Shoes have a thicker sole which means they provide extra cushioning for the hoof and are more wear resistant. The toe has increased break over built in and the new sole pattern ensures good grip on all surfaces.
These boots are sold as a pair.
- Thicker sole (14 mm / 9/16″) provides excellent shock absorption for the hoof
- Great break-over in the toe
- New sole pattern ensures good grip even on slick mud and rocky surfaces
- Reflective detailing for low light conditions
- Option of adding drainage holes
- Size range – 7-16 – with Slim sizes too – Sizes 7-9 in stock, others by request.
- Available in black
- Perfect for trail riding, driving, eventing
Equine Fusion was founded in order to develop a shoe that would work with the anatomy of the hoof and safeguard the natural balance, stability, cushioning, blood flow and rollover motion.
The goal was to make a shoe that could give hoof protection in the most natural and comfortable manner for the horse. The result was the Jogging Shoes which were developed by a dedicated multi-skilled team consisting of Engineers in cooperation with Veterinarians, renowned horse trainers, hoof trimmers and experts in shoe material and construction.
The key features of these shoes are to give the horse comfort and the rider ease of mind through a flexible shoe that works with the hoof giving it support, cushioning and grip. The shoe conforms to the individual hoof and ground surface (sink in and allow for movement sideways/ forward), giving the horse the most natural step possible and allows the horse to feel the ground.
The hoof mechanism works inside the Jogging Shoe (contact between hoof and sole) unlike any other design, and the hoof works independently of the surface friction. This promotes the natural function of the hoof and enhances the horse’s welfare, soundness and performance.
Measuring is so important. Head on over to the Size Charts Page and scroll to the bottom to see how to measure. The size chart can be found there as well. We have found it’s best to measure in inches and then convert to centimeters to get the most accurate numbers.
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