Many horse owners use turnout boots to prevent mud fever. But do they work? Read our blog to find out more about the pros and cons of traditional turnout boots as well as Kyowave, our own mud fever boots.Details
There are a range of horse cooling products on the market, including ice boots for horses’ legs, cooling leg wraps, cooling gels, clay and more. Plus, there’s always cold hosing to help cool your horse down after exercise or injury. This blog article highlights why Cryochaps ice boots are the ultimate choice of ice boot…Details
Horse leg injuries are common. But do you know how to reduce the pain for your horse? Icing and compression can provide much-needed pain relief.Details
Do you notice that your horses’ windgalls on their hind legs increase in size after jumping? An excessive amount of strain goes through the hind leg as the horse takes off, stretching tendons and ligaments in the lower leg to the max. Cryochaps ice wraps, use the powers of ice and compression to target those…Details
No problem! The Cryochaps Absolute Wraps are on hand for full hock coverage
Significant thought was put into the Cryochaps design to have the best coverage, contact and therefore you get the most cold transfer. Best ice boots and best ice wraps you can find, with science behind them!
Icing has been found to help limit the initial symptoms of Laminitis.The full lower leg coverage of Cryochaps and the Absolute wrap provides a great icing effect which may help bring hoof temperatures down.