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Hannah Pruss and Stuart -- 2017 AERC 100-Mile Reserve National Champions! Congratulations Hannah and Stuart!

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Just bought my first pair and tried them today....WOW! I have tried four other brands for my mare, and NOTHING compares to these boots! They are phenominal! Stayed on through everything, gallops and everything. Something No other boot has EVER done. WELL WORTH THE INVESTMENT! Thanks Renegade!

-- Lesley Bryant

Pulley Button


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Replacement pulley button (one per package) for Renegade® - Classic and Renegade® - Viper® strap on hoof boots. This part retains the cable within the Heel Captivator. One complete part per package which includes two halves and one stainless steel screw. Two complete parts are required for each hoof boot, four per pair.

For Vipers®, there are two types, generation 1 and generation 2. Generation 1 still comes factory installed on size B Viper® Heel Captivators and may be needed for some older size D Heel Captivators. Generation 2 has been installed on size D Heel Captivators for some time now and has always been so for size F. Generation 2 pulleys will soon be installed on size B as well to completely phase out generation 1, however, generation 1 will remain available here for continued support.

You can determine exactly which generation Viper® pulley you need by measuring the hole diameter in the captivator, where 7/16" (almost a half inch) hole receives generation 1 and 9/32" (a little more than a quarter inch) receives generation 2.
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Stephanie DuRoss and Hadji (aka "The Legend").

Thank you so much to Renegade Hoof Boots. Without your amazing products and customer service Hadji and I would have never achieved this epic milestone together. 10,050 Endurance miles! Over 7,200 of those miles in Renegade Boots since 2007! Your Boots have made it possible for Hadji to continue to go down the trail safe and sound for 17 consecutive years to date. Over 700 miles this year alone and he will be turning 25 years old in September, with no signs of slowing down. Can't thank you guys enough. Photo credit's to Steve Bradley.

-- Stephanie Palmer-DuRoss.