eKristal Aero Magneto by eQuick
Stable and transport boots with magneto therapy, equipped with N35 neodymium magnets and Kristal material. They are a practical solution for protecting and supporting horse's legs while stabled and during transport.Perfectly shaped to prevent sliding off, with extra lower protection. They are the best and faster solution compared the traditional bindings. Ventilation holes prevent an effective air recirculation. eQuick kristal stable boots aero-magneto are comfortable and made with quality materials, a well known and appreciated product by top riders but also from amateurs who wants the best for their horses.The magnetic field stimulates blood circulation, heals and reduce swelling and inflammation. As consequence the magneto therapy also speeds up the elimination of toxins and regenerative processes.
Available for front and hind legs, from size S to XL
Machine washable at 30°C
Inside Kristal anti inflammatory material treated with nano particles, an effective and non-invasive system to treat the deaseases (also chronic diseases) of your horse. The nano particles have a direct action on the phospholipid membrane of the treated part. They are also ideal for wrapping the limbs of horses that present traumatic stress pathologies, for example in chronic desmopathies of the suspensory ligament, in the ring ligament syndrome, in acute and chronic arthro-muscovitis of the nodel and in the tendinopathies of the superficial flexor. In all the cases studied and treated by veterinarians, there was a reduction of edema and pain on
palpation of the affected tissues.
eBoots Kristal AeroMagneto stable boots has also has the property to improve the drainage capacity of inflamed tissues and consequently to promote their healing.
Internal pads are made with external eKristal med material and padding in anti-allergic and anti-bacterial wadding. Soft and easily adaptable to the legs of the horse.
We recommend the use of eBoots Kristal AeroMagneto during the night or for an extended time, anyway we kindly suggest you to ask your vet for advice.