Posted: 14th October 2019 | Back to news feed
The Young Jump Vento Kevlar Boot and the Young Jump Vento Kevlar Save The Sheep Boot from Veredus are FEI approved.
Invented in 1965, Kevlar is widely used as a reinforcing synthetic fibre for bulletproof vests, military helmets and aerospace and aeronautical components.
Veredus has therefore chosen this material for its innovative Young Jump Vento Kevlar Boots, which guarantees lightweight protection and resistance for your horse.
The properties of Kevlar make the new boots robust, yet at the same time light and flexible.
Thanks to its traction, abrasion and heat resistance, the boots are perfect for protecting the horse from impact, falls and injuries while guaranteeing total comfort, maximum dexterity and freedom of movement.
The Young Jump Vento Kevlar Boots are impact resistant, hard wearing and boast double ventilation.
The boots are available in Save The Sheep versions, the new line in techno sheepskin which is cruelty free. The lining is a man-made fabric, which is free from any animal derivatives.
Offering a host of advantages, the techno sheepskin can be easily washed and dries quickly, whereas real lambskin requires considerable and time consuming maintenance.
The Young Jump Vento Kevlar Boots are FEI approved.
Available in the colour options Black or Brown in sizes Small, Medium and Large.
The Young Jump Vento Kevlar Boots are priced at around £83.00.
The Young Jump Vento Kevlar Save The Sheep Boots are priced at around £86.00.
For further information contact Zebra Products on (01352) 763350 or visit www.zebraproducts.co.uk