The super soft Nano-Tec Infrared liners can help flush away toxins, reduce lactic acid build up, increase flexion range and decrease recovery time. The outer boot works to alleviate strain on the tendons and ligaments as well as to help reduce swelling. Made from our Air Tech ventilated neoprene they will keep your horse’s joints and tendons cool during use. An easier and quicker alternative to pressure bandaging. Also an alternative to traditional travel boots. Can be used on both the front and hind legs.
Your Nano-Tec Infrared Boot Wraps have been carefully hand packaged in a complimentary, reusable zip-fastened storage bag to keep your tack room tidy when not in use and for easy carrying.
Infrared Horse Boots – The Technology…
Nano nylon filaments containing minerals are fused within the fabric fibres. The minerals reflect heat and energy lost from the horse back into the body in the form of infrared heat radiation. The infrared heat opens blood vessels deep in the muscle tissue increasing circulation. The increased blood circulation in the tissues eases muscle tension and fortifies the body’s own ability to reduce swelling, heal injuries and speed up recovery time.
IMPORTANT NANO-TEC INFRARED INFORMATION
How long do you use infrared horse boots for?
Use half an hour to one hour per day for the first week and gradually build up to four hours a day for optimum treatment. Can be left on for up to twelve hours.
Why use infrared horse boots? The following benefits have been reported…
Maximises athletic performance potential – Energises – Heightens strength – Improves circulation – Eases muscle tension – Reduces lactic acid levels – Increases alertness – Improves flexion range & muscle reaction time – Reduces toxin levels – Aids arthritis symptoms – Prevents chills – Reduces pain – Quickens recovery time & much, much more…
Warning: do not use on the following: Open wounds, during pregnancy (ladies) or on mares in foal. If symptoms persist call your vet.
The effectiveness of this product is significantly increased when used by horses that are in regular training.