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  • Scoot Boot

    Revolutionary No-Fuss Hoof Boots

  • Scoot Boot

    Revolutionary No-Fuss Hoof Boots

  • Scoot Boot

    Revolutionary No-Fuss Hoof Boots

  • Scoot Boot

    Revolutionary No-Fuss Hoof Boots

Scoot Boot (one pair)

€ 167.00 Includes 1 FREE pair Trail Gaiters Spare straps and hardware

Scoot Boot (one boot)

€ 84.00 Includes 1 FREE pair Trail Gaiters Spare straps and hardware

Scoot Slims (one pair)

€ 167.00 Includes 1 FREE pair Trail Gaiters Spare straps and hardware

Scoot Slims (one boot)

€ 84.00 Includes 1 FREE pair Trail Gaiters Spare straps and hardware

Scoot Skins (one pair)

€ 62.00

Endurance Gaiter Pack (2 Pairs)

€ 30.00

Trail Gaiter Pack (2 Pairs)

€ 22.00

Front Strap Pack

€ 14.00
Hoof boots designed by a farrier that fit a larger fitting range, no cables or velcro, easy on easy off, secure fit, lightweight, low profile, excellent drainage.
  • Beautiful and fabulous

    The beautiful Nikita proudly wearing her fabulous Scoot Boot's. Thank you so much Christel Merrent for emailing over  x

    Urban Horse

    Beautiful and fabulous
  • Matchy matchy

    The gorgeous Cheyenne sporting her Scoot Boot #HoofBoots. Thank you so much Audrey from Alsace for emailing over to us. I am loving the matchy matchy neon outfit

    Urban Horse

    Matchy matchy
  • Sooooo nice!

    Lucy in her size 9 boots nailed the mud no slipping boots was sooooo nice!

    Melissa Jones

    Sooooo nice!
  • Didn't move an inch

    So pleased with our scoot boots, Alfie and I completed our first run ride in them and they didn’t move and inch through all the mud and all our galloping!!

    Louise Molcher, Somerset, UK

    Didn't move an inch
  • Scoots with feathered feet

    I just wanted to say yay! and thumbs up / Thank You to scoot boots again. They are so good anyway but I just love how they work with Feathered feet so well. I’ve just finished another 4 day ride in Scotland. This time in the Cairngorms & Speyside. We had all weather, all terrains: wet, boggy, sand, granite stones, grass, heather, tarmac, river beds, flat & steep inclines etc... but never ever for a fraction of a second did I have a concern about my girl’s (Scoot) hoof boots. 😊😊😊 Her feet have never looked better. Thank you!!

    Sophia Strang Steel, Banchory, UK

    Scoots with feathered feet
  • A fabulous bimble

    Rudy all dressed up in his hi-viz and Scoot Boot's ready for a bimble round the village. What a fabulous bimble we had too. Rudy was a VERY good boy and even walked over some very white soap suds on the road where someone had just finished washing their car. The perfect day for a hack, we had a wonderful time. xxx

    Bella Giles-Smith (Bella UK Dressage Rider), UK 

    A fabulous bimble
  • Pink is back!!

    wow! check out the differnce! Scoot Boot pink!💕

    Pink and purple 💜💕

    Cassie Organ, South Australia, AUS

    Pink is back!!
  • Not such a baby boy anymore!

    My baby boy is all grown up and sporting his Scoot Boots and his BOT liner!! Good ride today with Molly Holbrook.

    Casey Wheeling, Pennsylvania, USA

    Not such a baby boy anymore!
  • Muddy Scoots, still on!

    Just hacking around in our Scoots!!

    @robin.ridge.scoot.boots (Instagram) 

    Muddy Scoots, still on!
  • Not my horse!!

    Went for a quick 6 mile hack with the hubster this afternoon. My Leo in #ScootBoots and his Tennessee in EB Gloves. Guess who ended up with a bootless gaiter wrapper around the pastern after a big uphill gallop?? Not my horse. Hehe!!

    @robin.ridge.scoot.boots (Instagram) 

    Not my horse!!
  • Weekly webinar

    Watching a webinar on Scoot Boots.. although they don't need to convince me of how great they are. I love them! #scootboots@scootbootsdownunder

    @thehumblehoof (Instagram) 

    Weekly webinar
  • Love 'em!

    Tototo's new #scootboots !! Love 'em! Can't wait to take him out on trails in these!

    Katy, @my_pinto_totoro (Instagram)

    Love 'em!

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I’ve often said that at least 70% of the horses I see have underrun heels. It’s so prevalent that a friend of mine stated that they believe that hoof boot companies should start making boots specifically for such horses. I tend to agree. Instead of making boots only for that horse with great feet, someone needs to create boots that are designed to fit horses with long toes and heels that are pulled tragically forward. No heat fitting or cussing required. Believe me, there is a HUGE market. But, until that happens what do we do?
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