Extra Duplo Composite Horseshoe with Clips
PRICE REFLECTS ONE SHOE
The extra Duplo Composite Horseshoe with clips is a plastic clipped horseshoe with a metal inlay for sale available in sizes 114 mm-126 mm in the round shape and 114 mm-134 mm in the oval shape. The green plastic inlay represents the Shore hardness scale of the plastic. The green plastic inlay shoes are harder than the orange plastic inlay shoes of the Standard line with Clips plastic horseshoe. Round or oval pattern and the size determined at the widest point of the hoof.
Features of the Extra Duplo Composite Horseshoe with Clips:
- Quarter clips provide stability while nailing.
- Quarter clips reduce shoe torsion in sport, excess growth, and with limited hoof wall for nailing.
- Round and Oval shape for easier modification of the fit.
- Harder plastic for extreme temperatures or terrain.
- Price to performance ratio makes the shoes cost effective.
Modifications available to the Extra Duplo Composite Horseshoe with Clips
- Widen or narrow the metal inlay to fit the hoof.
- Grind or nipper/rasp the plastic to fit the back of the hoof.
- Remove green plastic knobs if placement is on the hoof sole.
- Rocker toe the metal inlay for therapeutic application.
- Bevel the break over into the plastic toe region to reduce leverage.
- Grind traction profile in the plastic for increased ground traction.
- Addition of Gripstuds for traction.
- Plastic weld glue on tabs to any model.
- Removal of one or both clips if needed.
Additionally, reference the instructional videos for demonstrations. The contact page is available for technical support. Further more the custom build page shows examples of how the shoe is shaped or modified. Duplo Composite Horseshoes have stability and flexibility matched to the hoof. The extra clipped model is used for prevention of pathology, therapeutic settings, and where more shoe durability is needed. The clipped shoes can be applied with nails or glue on tabs and because of the clips less nails are needed. The hoof wall is first notched out for the clip and then hammered into the hoof to set the clip. Consequently there is no hot fitting the shoe!