Introducing the Absolute Wrap

It’s a busy time at Cryochaps with yet another product launch! This time it’s the Absolute Wrap. All the same awesome cooling, compression and malleability but now covering three key areas: Pasterns Hocks Knees Customer feedback is key to product development and we have so many requests for Cryochaps to cover different areas of the legs.…

Introducing the K2f

All the same awesome cooling, compression and malleability of The Original however…They will stay frozen for longer! At Cryochaps we are lucky to have such loyal customers, and you have been asking us for a solution to help keep your Cryochaps frozen when out competing. So we have developed the K2F. Wider gel compartments house…

As effective as cold hosing

Testing shows that Cryochaps are as effective as cold hosing, and a million times easier! See the full test here. Simply wet the leg then apply Crycochaps for maximum effect. Get yours now http://www.cryochaps.co.uk/shop/ #NoLegNoHorse #CRYOCHAPS #MakeLegsLastLonger

Hard ground puts stress on legs

Nothing beats the feeling of going flat out on our horses, with the ground being super hard, working at speed puts even more stress on our horses legs, particularly the front legs. Watch the video to see how the front leg flexes with the force. This can lead to tiny tears in the tendons and…

Interesting fact!

We can see from our sales that half of our customers only ice the front legs. However when we ride we are constantly asking our horses to engage the hindquarters which can put extra strain on the back legs. Circle work in particular has been associated with increasing the load onto the hindquarters, so if…

Hind leg flexion in jumping

Our horses are amazing. Have you ever looked closely at your horse’s hind legs when jumping? Check out our video here and see how those hind legs flex and take the strain on take-off, it’s incredible. It’s important to look after those legs with the cooling and compression of Cryochaps. With a quad set you…

The effect of lunging

It’s not just ridden work that our horses need to recover from, when we lunge on a circle this creates a very unnatural repetitive force on the horse’s musculoskeletal system including the horses lower legs. In order to balance on a lunged circle, the horse leans into the centre – a little like a motorbike…

How do injuries occur?

Often we hear of horses with tendon or suspensory injuries, however did you know it is rare for these to occur from a one-off incident. The most common injuries affect the lower leg. What happens is these tendons and ligaments suffer tiny micro tears, the body usually repairs these but some are not given the…