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Waldhausen Bell Boots Lambskin
-15%
CELEBRATION
$35.05 * Originally: $41.24 *
Available variants
Eskadron Bell Boots Softslate Essence 22/23
-50%
CELEBRATION
$17.67 * Originally: $35.34 *
Available variants
Eskadron Bell Boots Allround
-
$53.95 *
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Eskadron Bell Boots Softslate Reflexx SS23
-50%
CELEBRATION
$17.67 * Originally: $35.34 *
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Eskadron Bell Boots Softslate FauxFur Essence 22/23
-50%
CELEBRATION
$20.62 * Originally: $41.24 *
Available variants
LeMieux Bell Boots Carbonite
-25%
CELEBRATION
$34.46 * Originally: $45.96 *
Kentucky Horsewear lambskin bellboots leather
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$84.99 *
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Eskadron Bell Boots Anti-Turn Softslate
-50%
CELEBRATION
From $26.81 * Originally: $41.24 *
Eskadron Bell Boots Glamslate FauxFur Heritage 23/24
-25%
CELEBRATION
$30.94 * Originally: $41.24 *
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Eskadron Bell Boots Softslate Dynamic SS24
NEW
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$31.95 *
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Covalliero Hoof Bells Rubber, Jumping Bells
-15%
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Eskadron Bell Boots Faux Fur
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$43.95 *
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Eskadron Bell Boots Softslate Platinum Pure SS23
-50%
CELEBRATION
$20.62 * Originally: $41.24 *
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QHP Bell Boots, Neoprene Jumping Bells
-15%
CELEBRATION
$14.99 * Originally: $17.64 *
Eskadron Bell Boots Allround Lambskin
-
$80.95 *
Available variants
Kentucky Horsewear Overreach Boots Heel Protection
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$74.99 *
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Eskadron Bell Boots Rubber
-
$32.95 *
Available variants
Covalliero Bell Boots Pelisa, with Faux Fur
-15%
CELEBRATION
$17.04 * Originally: $20.05 *
Available variants
Eskadron Bell Boots Neo
-
$42.96 *
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Eskadron Bell Boots Rubber
-
$24.95 *
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 LeMieux Bell Boots Fleece WrapRound
-15%
CELEBRATION
$53.61 * Originally: $63.08 *
Available variants
LeMieux ProShell Over Reach Boots
-15%
CELEBRATION
From $35.24 * Originally: $54.22 *
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Frequently asked questions about Bell Boots

When are bell boots useful?

Bell boots are used to protect the bulb of the heel and the coronet. They are especially useful for horses that step very far underneath and thus strike themselves. Young horses that are still easily off balance also repeatedly kick themselves in the forehand with their hind hooves. This can cause serious injuries to the bulb of the heel, especially if the horse is shod. Bell boots also protect against stepping off the horseshoes because the hind hoof will not land on the edge of the front horseshoe. The risk of injury to the bulb of the heel or the coronet also exists in show jumping, eventing, polo and on the pasture. Therefore, protecting the horse with bell boots in these situations may be useful.

Which bell boots are suitable for the field?

If your horse needs bell boots on the pasture, you should make sure that they not only protect sufficiently, but also provide a high wearing comfort. To avoid chafing at the coronet, it is important that there are no sharp seams and that the hem is softly padded. Particularly well suited for this are bell boots made of neoprene, with lambskin or teddy fleece. In addition, it makes sense to resort to a variant with double Velcro closure, because the bell boots must hold for a long time and without supervision. In any case, the material should be stable and robust so that the bell boots for the pasture last as long as possible.

How should bell boots fit?

The right size of the hoof bells depends on how big the horse's hoof is. In general, keep in mind that the bell boots should not rub or twist too much when the horse is moving. You can see if they fit properly by the fact that they are neither too tight nor too loose. There must be enough space between the pastern and the bell boots so that it is not obstructed. The bell boots should not create pressure or chafing and should not rotate during movement. Also, the bell boots fit properly when the rim ends a finger's width above the ground. Some models have a built-in cam or bulge, which must sit centrally on the bulb of the heel. These variants have the advantage that they usually do not twist.

Which size of bell boots fits which horse?

Bell boots mostly come in the usual units of measurement: Pony (S), Cob (M), Full (L) and XFull (XL). You can use this as a rough guide to classify your horse. The easiest way to find out which size fits your horse best is to try it out. The sizes always vary a little from manufacturer to manufacturer, which is why you may need different bell boots sizes for the same horse.

  

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