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🦡 Therapeutic Quick Leg Wraps by Back on Track Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5Β Β 
🐎 Horse Boots & Wraps, 🐎 Horses

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Revainrating 5 out of 5

They are beautiful and practical

This is exactly what I needed to wrap my horse's legs. The color is very pleasant. Nice that there are different colors to choose from. instead of always being black. She looks good in them and they give her the support she needs.

  • Doping πŸ”₯
  • A few little things

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Flexor tendon tear for bandage

My daughter referred me to Back on Track for a flexor tendon tear in our horses. Since these boots arrived we have followed the instructions and started using them as soon as we received them in the mail. I have noticed a BIG difference in our horse and continue to hope it does our horse justice. He's walking better and the swelling has gone down. There's still a long way to go, but it's a good start.

  • Freehand surgery
  • Useless functions

I used it almost every day in my old man's stable for several months and it's holding up great. I think this was the most effective thing I've tried to soothe and reduce some of the harsh swelling he was experiencing last fall due to a serious infection on his back legs. There is still solid swelling but he is healthy and doing well.

  • Trial period for one year
  • Big and bulky

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Very disappointed. These aren't cheap wraps and now I have

The Velcro came loose from the belt when it was FIRST detached. Very disappointed. These are not cheap bandages and now I have to fix them myself because my horse needs them due to an ongoing injury and I don't have time to send them back and wait for a replacement. directly and they will replace the defective film free of charge. Customer service is amazing!

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Revainrating 5 out of 5

They work enough, maybe not worth the price.

Helps reduce swelling especially when my horse can't be outside 24/7. However, it doesn't completely eliminate it. Helps speed recovery from a minor tear in the tendon sheath. Legs. It is dissolved with apple cider vinegar and fungasole, and the wraps are rubbed with white vinegar. But definitely don't wear it after washing and don't bring it into the winter!

  • Great price
  • Exchanges available

Revainrating 1 out of 5

MUST BE! in horses

I have a horse that constantly fills up both hind legs when not getting enough hind leg movement and this makes the movement painful which only makes the problem worse. I've struggled with this for months (I thought it was left over from a bad case of cellulite) with cold tubes, ice wraps, standing wraps etc and this is by far the best I've ever used! It's a bit pricey but worth EVERY PENNY. I swear by this product. Quickwraps are great for me as my horse uses them every day but for occasional…

  • Excellent overall performance
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Revainrating 5 out of 5

NO MATTER! preferably in bandages

My 17 year old mare tore her DDFT (deep digital flexor tendon) in her hind leg a few weeks ago. We wrapped her leg in cotton and veterinary tape every day which became a nightmare. My girlfriend went from the easiest horse in the world to the most dangerous in just a week. I desperately needed a solution that would make it easier to change her bandages and ultimately soothe her wild side. When they arrived she had to be sedated to have her leg bandaged. We gave her a sedative, put a bandage on…

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