Travel boots?

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I have just ripped off another strap from my Lidl travel boots and its on the one that is a trashed anyway so have decided I am going to have to cough up for new set - any ideas I do not want to spend more than £30. Had a quick look on ebay the cheap seem badly shaped and the good too expensive.
 

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http://www.premierequineinternational.com/acatalog/horse-boots.html

Go down to the traveling boots, they're gorgeous boots!
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I am such a doofus forgotton about them and I was admiring them the other day! Perfect.
 

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Have you tried your local tack shop, I brought a set of Weatherbeeta ones for £25 about a month ago, and they weren't even in a sale. - Fleece lined, shaped, full lenght travel boots.
 

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Thanks all for help - I have gone for the Premier Equine ones as they are pretty much the same as the ones I have been admiring at £50. Also best of all they have bug rugs on sale for £17!
 

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I love my Weatherbeeta ones (with fleece lining and 3 big sturdy straps). They fit really well and still look brand new!! Think I paid £40 for them but you'll get the cheaper off Ebay Id think.
 
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