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Scoot Mud Strap

Scoot Mud Strap

What is the purpose of the Mud Strap

The Scoot Mud Strap is the ultimate riding accessory for those who like it extreme. The perfect accompaniment to your Scoot Boots, the mud strap provides unparalleled security in deep mud and when riding over rough terrain. It can also help prevent losing a boot in the instance a horse overreaches. Made from extremely robust thermoplastic urethane (TPU), the Scoot Mud Strap is designed to stretch when placed under load and, if secured correctly, won't affect the horse's pasterns.


What is included in the Mud Strap

2 mud straps and 2 mud strap collars


Note -  as there are so many variables to the size of a horses upper hoof, you may find the Mud Straps are a size too small. If this is the situation, you can easily extend the length 10mm (3/8") which will be the length of the next size up. Do this by heat stretching.
If you have any queries about fit you can send us your pics of a fitted strap 

Perfect fit - you will achieve maximum retention 

Too big - if the Mud Strap can be pulled down to comfortably reach the coronet band, then your Mud Strap is a size too big and will pull off the hoof with minimum pressure

Too small - if you cannot slip a finger comfortably around the periphery of the Mud Strap, then the Mud Strap is a size too small and will likely cause rubbing 


How do you secure the Mud Strap


How do I modify the Mud Strap


 demonstration on how to add PVC tubing to the Mud Strap to improve the fit and/or resolve rubbing on sensitive horses


please note that scoot boot have discontinued the old colour scheme, we still have some in stock please inquire first. 


scoot have only released mariglod and black so far. and are in stock.  pictured 1 and 2 note picture 2 is for the colour names only.


  • size chart

    What size mud straps do I need?

    Mudstrap Size Chart  
    Size Fits Sizes
    XXS 00,0
    XS 1,2
    S 3,4
    M 5,6
    L 7
    XL 8
    XXL 9
GST Included
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