Hock Brace

  • Product
    Size
    Color
    Hock Boot, Left & Right
    Black
    Hock Boot with hole, Left & Right
    Black
  • Hock Boot, Left & Right

    Article number
    Size
    Color
    20170001
    S
    BlackBlack
    20170002
    M
    BlackBlack
    20170003
    L
    BlackBlack
    20170004
    XL
    BlackBlack

    Hock Boot with hole, Left & Right

    Article number
    Size
    Color
    20270001
    S
    BlackBlack
    20270002
    M
    BlackBlack
    20270003
    L
    BlackBlack
    20270004
    XL
    BlackBlack
  • Hock Boot, Left & Right

    Size
    Upper edge
    Lower edge
    S
    37 cm
    29 cm
    M
    41 cm
    32 cm
    L
    44 cm
    36 cm
    XL
    47 cm
    40 cm

    Hock Boot with hole, Left & Right

    Size
    Upper edge
    Lower edge
    S
    37 cm
    29 cm
    M
    41 cm
    32 cm
    L
    44 cm
    36 cm
    XL
    47 cm
    40 cm
  • Fabric is manufactured in China and consists of 50% polyester (with ceramic powder) and 50% cotton.
  • Washed at a maximum of 40 degrees with gentle washing program.
    Washed at a maximum of 30 degrees with gentle washing program.Do Not DrycleanDo Not Tumble DryIroning with a low temperature. Max 50 degrees.Do Not Bleach

Product information

The Hock Brace may be used in the treatment of various different problems associated with inflammation in the hock joints. The Hock Brace may be used for injury prevention in order to minimise inflammation of the joints. It has three velcro straps and is available for both left and right legs. The brace is available in two styles, one covers the area completely and the other one has an opening for the hock.

The interior is 50% cotton and 50% polyester fabric infused with ceramic particles, whist the exterior shell is made of neoprene. In order to minimise the risk of the brace sliding down, we recommend that one wrap a pad on the leg below the hock brace. The pad stops the protective brace from sliding down which means that the brace's velcro strap does not need to be pulled so hard. This minimises any risk for stasis when the horse is lying down and bends the hook.