If you are new to Renegade Hoof Boots then please continue reading below as well as browse this information site to help you decide if Renegades are the right choice for you.
Renegade® Hoof Boots are perpetually
produced in the USA and can be purchased from your hoof care professional or factory direct.
Should your hoof care professional not be a Renegade Dealer, please encourage them to contact us about
Renegade® Hoof Boots
are capable of very high levels of performance
but were specifically designed for naturally trimmed hooves which exhibit
a low heel, a short toe and a proper mustang roll. If your horse has high heels, long toes and flared and
ragged hoof walls with sharp edges, boot performance and life may be compromised.
While the boot is not hard to use, it's generally not ready go right out of the box and may
require adjustment of the cables and straps. Please review the
installing pages to be sure
you are comfortable with cable adjustment and boot installation procedures.
We are not a marketing company but instead a manufacturing company who does little formal marketing and as such
we are extremely interested in your success as most of our sales are via word of mouth advertising from our happy customers.
If you experience any boot performance issues we ask that you contact us and help us help you via email photos and
conversation. We can resolve 99% of boot performance problems in this way.
Warranty information: You may exchange your boots for a different size within 30 days. There is also a 30 day boot performance guarantee or your money back (but you must allow
us to first help you with boot performance issues). Lastly, 90 day warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. In any case that you need to send boots back to us, please be sure they are clean, as there will be a $10 washing fee if not, thank you.
Due to conditions beyond our control, there is no
warranty for tread wear. A properly moving horse which lands heel first can expect from 300 to 600 miles which varies depending upon the way the horse moves,
the type of terrain ridden upon and the speed traveled thereto.
If your horse lands toe first
or toe heavy, you may experience significantly less milage in the toe region and more wear and tear on the boot structure. A horse should not be moving
in this manner and boot damage or excessive tread wear related to said movement is the fault of the horse and not the hoof boot. There is no warranty for
tread wear and no warranty for structural damage caused by a toe first landing.
Consult with a hoof care professional for information on how to encourage a heel first landing.