Announcing SILVER BELLS® Mud Defeating Pastern Wraps for Your Horse

Silver Bells pastern wraps on horse standing in mud
Silver Bells pastern wraps on horse standing in mud Sox for Horses

Newsdate: Mon 07 December 2020 – 11:35 am
Location: TALLAHASSEE, Florida

Silver Bells® Pastern Wraps, made by Sox For Horses, Inc. separate your horse’s pastern and top of the hoof from one of the primary causes of Equine Pastern Dermatitis – prolonged exposure to mud.

Silver Bells Horse Pastern Wraps worn over Silver Whinnys sox.

Silver Bells Horse Pastern Wraps worn over Silver Whinnys sox

Silver Bells® Pastern Wraps, made by Sox For Horses, Inc. separate your horse’s pastern and top of the hoof from one of the primary causes of Equine Pastern Dermatitis – prolonged exposure to mud.
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When you can’t change your horse’s muddy environment, when battling dermatitis or trying to prevent EPD, the best thing you can do is protect the skin so that mudfever, greasy heel, wounds, and even summer sores can finally heal.

These pastern wraps are made with Ballistic Cordura® fabric on the outside and double layer lined with our soft Silver Whinnys® Sox material on the inside. It is a silver match made in heaven.

Silver inhibits the growth of bacteria and fungi in the lining material. It is a safe, non-toxic, drug-free bandage lining that obstructs disease-causing pathogens, mud and debris from penetrating the material helping to keep a clean, hygenic environment around the skin. Learn more about our Silver Whinnys at soxforhorses.com/silver-whinnys/

The Ballistic Cordura® exterior is double reinforced at the heel. Hook&Loop Velcro® holds them closed from top to bottom.   Waterproof Biothane straps with stainless steel buckles keep them closed and offer adjustment of fit.  The Silver Bells are made to tolerate slogging through heavy mud.

Care is easy. They can be machine washed and dried daily to keep the antimicrobial qualities of the lining at optimum power. The straps can be pulled out and washed in a bucket of water. They can be worn over our Silver Whinnys® to keep the Sox free of mud and debris, making Silver Whinnys a breeze to manage in wet muddy conditions.

The added Cordura reinforcement at the heels helps protect the bells from rare interference but these wraps are not bell boots! The purpose of the Silver Bells® is to protect the tissue of the pastern and top of the hoof from prolonged exposure to mud and debris, and keep the skin wrapped in a hygienic environment while wounds, sores, or dermatitis heal.

Sox For Horses is proud to release another great American Made product that will help equine owners better help their horses heal. Our Silver Whinnys sock material is knit by a woman-owned knitting mill in Alabama.

The Silver Bells are constructed by a woman-owned manufacturing cut & sew company also in Alabama! Our Biothane straps are made by a family owned Amish Harness Maker in Ohio.

Next week between December 7-11th, Silver Bells will appear on our website at soxforhorses.com. They are already available for advanced sale by contacting us directly at 850-907-5724 or emailing us at info@soxforhorses.com Their cost is $180.00 per pair + Shipping. Silver Bells® come in Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large, and we can make them custom to fit any horse smaller or humongous at no additional cost.

Take your horse's measurements using the guiding measuring chart below if you wish to order right away so that when you contact us, we can help you choose the correct size. Our first "release run", due to be delivered by the end of next week, is limited. We encourage you to reserve yours to avoid waiting for the next run to be delivered.


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