Use loose-fitting, chemical-free SHOOFLY LEGGINS™ during fly season to prevent painful fly bites and reduce stressful stomping which leads to hoof damage and leg fatigue.
Breathable plastic mesh with sewn-in stays to eliminate sagging. Heavy-duty Velcro ensures durability and wear-ability. Lower edge finished in felt to eliminate embedded wild oats, burrs, and foxtails.
Plastic mesh does not allow biting flies (deer, horse, and horn) to penetrate. Design eliminates botfly eggs from being laid. Your horse is under less stress and does not incur leg fatigue and hoof cracks from constant stomping. Greatly reduces the risk of spreading disease. The mesh allows air to circulate, especially comfortable for wounds.
And It’s Patented!
This patented product is made of a plastic mesh material to ensure both durability and breath ability. Sewn in plastic stays create stability and is the concept our patent is based upon. Heavy duty Velcro fasteners ensure the product stays on the horse while in the stall or in the pasture. This is the only patented product of it’s kind for the Equine Industry. Patent Number: US6508205B1
Make Shoofly Leggins the choice for your horse this fly season and
Three Colors and Three Sizes
I have used Shoofly Leggins for the last 3 1/2 years and have found them very useful at the Veterinary Clinic. Horses tend to stand much quieter during foot or leg procedures when these leggings are used on the other limbs. Inflammation is reduced on horses’ feet due to reduced stomping when used routinely in corrals or small pastures.
-Dr. Rex H. Bridgman, Ord NE
Shoofly Leggins is the best product I have found to protect horses against flies. As a farrier I use them on every horse to reduce stomping. By reducing stomping I can work around the horse faster and more efficiently. My clients have seen less damage to hoofs, better wear on the shoes of performance horses and prevention of botflies and insect bites. These boots do not sag or restrict mobility, they can be worn in stalls or pasture and will stay on to protect your horse’s legs.