T-Sport Wraps - Pony

Equifit

$82.00 

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State-of-the-art T-Sport Wrap transfers heat out and keeps your horse’s legs cool while at work. Provides maximum compression & support to soft tissue, as well as slip-free support for your at-risk horse’s legs. The T-Sport Wrap uses a unique combination of open-celled, elastomeric, non-latex foam and high quality fabrics originally developed for certified athletic trainers, physical therapists and sports MDs.

Made In USA

  • Minimal water absorption
  • Minimizes dirt and debris buildup known to cause rubs
  • Provides superior support
  • Maximum compression
  • Non-slip without bulk
  • Great for schooling and showing
  • Stretch and conform to the leg

WASHING/CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Rinse product in warm water after use. Gently squeeze out excess water. Do not allow foam side to adhere to itself. Lay flat, foam side up, to dry. When needed, hand wash with a mild detergent. Rinse thoroughly after washing.

NOTE: DO NOT MACHINE WASH OR DRY. DO NOT WRING OUT, TWIST OR BUNCH TOGETHER. THIS WILL DAMAGE YOUR PRODUCT. DO NOT ALLOW FOAM SIDE TO ADHERE TO ITSELF.

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