Sold in pairs with Trail Gaiters, spare straps and replacement studs.
Why Scoot Boots?
Scoot Boots are the latest innovation in hoof boot technology and are superior and unique to any other horse boot on the market. Scoot Boots are constructed of a very strong thermo plastic urethane making them extremely robust and lightweight.
Unique Features and Benefits
Easy on easy off
Will not get soggy, heavy or wet when riding through muddy and wet terrain
Superb strength over all types of terrain
No cables or Velcro
Lightweight — only 250g (8 ounces) a boot
Easy to clean
No adjustment is required as securement is achieved by parts of the hoof that do not grow
Excellent security and traction
Does not turn on the hoof
Will fit hooves securely throughout a whole trimming cycle
Great ventilation and breathability for hot climate riding
The Scoot Boot is easy to place onto a hoof. There is no Velcro to clog with mud, hair and other debris and there are no cables to break that need replacing. Due to their ease of use, any person from the very young to the very old will be able to fit the Scoot Boot onto their horse’s hooves.
The Slim Scoot Boot will fit many hoof shapes particularly suitable for narrow hooves and hinds - when your horse’s hoof is longer than wider, the Slim Scoot Boot will give a very secure fit.
Measuring and Fitting
These measurements for the Scoot Boot Mini are rough estimates only, and Scoot Boot recommends trying a Scoot Boot Mini Fit Kit to size smaller hooves for Scoot Boots.
These measurements are a guide only. They do not represent the inside dimensions of the Scoot Boot.
Click Here for instructions on measuring hooves.
Once your horse’s hooves have been trimmed correctly:
- With a ruler or tape measure, measure the LENGTH from the RED line at the tip of the toe to the RED line at the rear of the hoof at the very end of the heel buttresses (to ensure you have located this position run a rasp across both heels and the correct measuring point is the last part of the heels that physically makes contact with the rasp before the heels drop away towards the collateral grooves)
- Our sizes increase in 5mm increments, so if your measurement is 2mm or less past the end of the heel buttresses, then select the size closest to the RED buttress line. For example, if your measurement indicates your hoof length is 122mm in length then you select size 3, (which is 120mm). If your measurement is 3mm over the 120mm measurement, then select the next size up (which is 125mm, and a size 4).
- Measure the WIDTH of the hoof at the widest part and select the correct WIDTH.
Now that you have the LENGTH and the WIDTH of the hoof:
- Proceed to our size chart and select the Scoot Boot size closest to your horse’s hoof measurements
- If you have one hoof smaller than the other select the boot size that matches the largest hoof.
Our Scoot Boots are designed to allow for growth between trims. DO NOT select the next size up when measuring your horse’s hooves after a barefoot trim.
- If the hoof length exceeds the hoof width by more than 10mm then the Scoot Boot is not suitable for your horse
- If the hoof width exceeds the hoof length by more than 10mm then the Scoot Boot is not suitable for your horse
- marked boots cannot be exchanged
- If you require Scoot Boots for front and rear hooves but you are unsure of size we recommend you purchase one pair initially to determine correct size
Please click the below link to watch a video on fitting of scoot boots