Scroll down to see videos on our great boot range.
Easycare Down Under in Australia also has a specialist staff available to help you with questions.
The new Easyboot MINI
The new EASYBOOT FLIP FLOP
Garrett Ford demonstrates how to apply the new Flip Flop:
The Easyboot GLOVE BOOT Style
Fitting The Glove boot:
GLUE ON SHELLS - for multi day events:
These are ideal for multi day rides. Please note these are for temporary use only and are not meant to be left in place for long periods. Please read the manufacturer's instructions carefully.
Preparation & appliction of the Glue Ons:
Removing the Glue Ons:
The Easyboot "BACK COUNTRY" Boot.
THE BACK COUNTRY BOOT - The Best of Both Worlds, ease of application combined with the flexibility and excellent fit of The Glove Boot.
How to attach a Snug Strap to your Back Country or Trail Boots:
The "NEW TRAIL" Boot: New features & new stylish look.
Veterinarians & Hoof Care Professionals will love the click on wedge system.
The new "Click on Wedges system".
Please contact us if you require wedges as they must be bought in association with your veterinarian. Ph 02 4457 3022
The CLOUD THERAPY Boot
The Easyboot ZIP Therapy Boot
The Rx THERAPY Boot:
Not a riding boot, but specifically designed to help horses who are undergoing painful laminitis, surgery, hoof trauma or abscessing.
It is lighweight, washable, breathable and thick pads can be added for extra comfort.
Because of its loose fit you can also choose a size that will allow you to bandage your hoof if that is necessary.
A great favourite of equine vets as it allows horses some quiet turn out time in the sun, so necessary for recovery.
The EASY SOAKER BOOT:
A great help with soaking injuries or abscesses. Can be used with ice or warm liquids to poultice.
The EPIC Boot:
Versitile and adaptable . Recently redeveloped with new features.
The Epic boot has a unique faster which allows you top draw in the top of the boot with a cabling and buckle system.
This opens up boot use to those horses who have less perfect hoof shape.
Ideal for horses who suffer high/low hoof syndrome (club foot) as it allows the use of pads too which allows you to get a
firmer fit on the club foot. Also ideal for horses just coming out of shoes who are undergoing rehab.
Changing Gaiters on the Epic Boot:
NEW MAC (improved inside and out but just as tough)!
This boot is great for larger horses and because of its reputation for being so tough still the boot of choice for many riders.
Great for horses coming out of shoes with less than perfect hoof form because it is more forgiving in its fitting.
Able to have pads added it is ideal for horses undergoing rehab.
The TRANSITION Boot:
Ideal for those horses coming out of shoes. Can be a Therapy or Riding Boot. It accommodates a lot of hoof shapes and angles and has a soft multi layered sole especially designed for the horse transitioning our of shoes.
The EASYSHOE Lineup
The latest development from Easycare Inc. Available in serveral styles and in Glue On or nail on versions (see our Easyshoe information)for more videos on each style.
This Shoe incorporates many of the great features of a boot but allows riders who are performing in disciplines that only accept traditional shoeing a way to offer their horses an alternative hoof protection.
Garrett Ford introduces the EasyShoe lineup:
Now take a breath and remember why you need the boots and enjoy this truly special video
Hoof Boots Australia would like to share this video below as it depicts so well the relationship that so many of us have with our equine friends.
My horse is a 14 year old Thoroughbred mare, who has been barefoot for six years.
She is a classic example of a Thoroughbred who had flat, shelly, flaky feet, thin soles and poor walls. As the ill-informed like to
say, "typical Thoroughbred feet." She also had a tendency to stumble.
Well, not any more!
She has thick soles, thick walls, great concavity and terrific laminar connection. And no more stumbling! I have used
EasyCare products since going barefoot. Many thanks to EasyCare for producing this great equipment. I am perpetually amazed at
what these animals give us day in and day out. This video speaks for itself.