Equifit Pack-N-Stick HoofTape

$23.75$325.00

  • Pre-Cut for packing hooves
  • Anatomically Shaped
  • No More Cutting
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$23.75$325.00

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Description

The Equifit Pack-N-Stick HoofTape is taking hoof care to the next level. No more duct tape. Say Hello to the easy-to-apply Equifit Pack-N-Stick Hoof Tape. It is available in 6 Pair Pack, 24 Pair Pack and 100 Pair Pack. For example, the 6 Pair Pack will contain 12 pieces.

From The Manufacturer

  • Pre-cut tape for packing hooves
  • Saves the hassle of cutting strips of duct tape
  • Heavy duty adhesive
  • Anatomically shaped Pack-N-Stick Hoof Tape helps ensure correct placement of tape, so as not to irritate the sensitive area above the hoof.
  • Sizing: One size
  • Sold in packs of (6), (24), and a case of (100) pairs
  • Available in Black

Say goodbye to that annoying roll of duct tape. New Pack-N-Stick HoofTape eliminates the has-sle of cutting, assembling, and applying duct tape to packed hooves. Pre-cut and anatomically shaped, HoofTape features a high grade adhesive that provides a secure grip, even when worn overnight. The hoof can be packed and/or medicated as normal. One size fits all. Intended for one single use per pair.

Instructions for Use:

  1. Clean and dry hoof.
  2. Apply hoof packing or poultice to sole of hoof.
  3. Apply wad of practical cotton.
  4. Peel backing from straight edge of HoofTape.
  5. Stick straight edge of HoofTape to heel of shoe.
  6. Grasp the peeled backing and pull backing completely off until shoe is covered.
  7. Press edges to the wall of the hoof.

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 6 x 4 in
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