Veredus Young Jump Vento STS Fetlock Boots


These are the boots I like to use for shows. They are also good for daily use, because they’re so comfortable, and why save comfort for special occasions. They look so comfortable you almost want to put them on yourself. Although they look like they are lined with sheepskin, Veredus has a new ‘Save The Sheep’ initiative, were they don’t use any animal derivatives on these boots. The ‘sheepskin’ is actually a man made fabric, so its 100% cruelty free.
There are advantages to this fabric, and they are as follows:
• They can be washed easily, and they also dry quickly.
• They use a loose, soft wide knit, so trapped sand comes out easily.
• It creates a more comfortable fit than natural lambskin.
• The fabric does not mat or get stiff
After a show I generally just rinse them of in a bucket of warm water, leave them to dry, and once they are dry go over them with a brush to fluff them up again, and they good as new, and ready for my next show.

Importantly these boots are FEI/BS Legal – Size & Weight of the boots comply with the international rules for “Young Horse” categories.

BS BOOT RULES – For Talent Seekers, Newcomers, Foxhunter (effective 24th April 2012 and onwards) in addition to all Age Classes (effective 16th August and onwards) the following criteria must be adhered to for all 2nd rounds, direct qualifiers or finals. The total maximum weight of equipment allowed to be added to a Horse’s leg, front or hind (single or multiple boots, fetlock rings etc) is 500g. All hind leg protections must have a maximum interior length of 16cm an minimum exterior width of 5cm. The inside protection must be smooth, the fixations must be non elastic Velcro type fasteners, no hooks or straps may be used. The rounded rigid part of the protection must be placed around the inside of the fetlock. No additional elements may be used in conjunction with the protection.




Why Veredus Young Jump Fetlock boots?

Veredus Young Jump fetlock boots are the boots of choice for a large percentage of professional riders around the world. Riders like Scott Brash, Bertram Allen, Marcus Ehning, Steve Guerdat, Ben Maher, Michael Whitaker and Lauren Hough, to name just a few, all use Veredus Young Jump fetlock boots. Every rider wants the best protection available for his/her horse, as a result, Veredus won the trust these champions

About Veredus

The founders established the company in 1989, in one of the most dynamic manufacturing districts in Italy. The company philosophy is grounded in the respect of natural traditions, combined with modern research and knowledge.

Veredus’s way of designing was born from a passion for details, and the desire to bring too equestrian sports, the perfect combination of style and performance

Veredus design, test and manufacture for some of the top riders in the world.

Save the sheep initiative, STS

Save the Sheep, the new line in techno sheepskin, is cruelty free. The lining is a “man-made” fabric, which is free from any animal derivatives.

The techno sheepskin offers numerous advantages:

  • You can wash Techno sheepskin easily and it dries easily, in contrast, real lambskin requires considerable and lengthy maintenance;
  •  Any trapped sand comes out of the loose soft wide knit easily, minimizing the risk of  leg abrasions;
  •  Techno sheepskin is more comfortable, and has a cosier fit than natural lambskin;
  •  Techno sheepskin stays looking good for longer, while real lambskin tends to dry out and become stiff and also tends to turn yellow.

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