Thunderbird/Coral Sport Boots (Sold in Pairs)
Thunderbird/Coral Sport Boots (Sold in Pairs)

Thunderbird/Coral Sport Boots (Sold in Pairs)

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Living Coral is the color of the year, so I wanted to do something fun with that!  This boot design seriously gave me nightmares.  I had to ensure the manufacturers understood the birds couldn't be at an angle, or upside down.  So, we had to use twice as much material, and twice as much headache ... but the turned out SO FABULOUS!!!  I will be doing another color of this boot print as well, so if coral isn't your cup of tea, stay tuned!!

Top Hand Brand introduces it's first equine product ... sport boots!  We have designed these boots to be a little different than your traditional sport boots 

* Double layer on the leg surface, with single layer edges for a smooth, sleek finish

*That smooth edge seam help keep dirt OUT of your boots!

*Antimicrobial coating that will not wash off, to help prevent fungus, scratches, etc.

* Sling style support for ankle and suspensories

*Universal front/back fit, no more hauling in late to the race only to not be able to find the one back boot you're missing!

*heavy duty velcro, because loose, floppy velcro just isn't fun for any of us!

*contoured bottom edge designed to clear the bell boot and free up movement.

*zero bumps or ridges on the leg contact side of the boot, to add comfort to your horses leg and prevent cords

Our boots come in Small, Medium, and Large!  Stay tuned for additional colors and patterns!



Front Small 8" tall

Front Medium 9" tall

Front Large 10" tall

Hind Small 9" tall

Hind Medium 10" tall

Hind Large 11" tall 


Here is a link to our intro video


Here is the “Clean leg” muddy day challenge video!! 

*Washing and care instructions*

Rebeca suggests: brushing off your boots before you take them off, after EVERY ride!  A clean boot is a boot that lasts.  Roll the first boot, velcro closed.  Wrap the second boot around the first.  This helps your boots keep their shape.

Washing: wash in cold water with baking soda.  Detergent can irritate many horses' legs.  Line dry.