Back On Track No Bows
Back On Track Therapeutic No Bow Wraps help decrease swelling and reduce wind puffs without the use of liniment or poultice!
No Bow Leg Wraps are fabricated from state-of-the-art Welltex fabric - a cotton/polyester blend infused with ceramic powder. The ceramic reflects your horse’s natural body heat and creates a soothing far infrared thermal warmth.
Warmth therapy is a well-recognized method used to relieve and heal injured muscles, joints, and tendons. When you wrap your horse’s legs with these wraps, the unique ceramic-infused fabric creates gentle warmth which may help decrease swelling and soften or completely reduce wind puffs without the use of liniment or poultice. Use the No Bow Leg Wraps with standing bandages after a strenuous ride and leave them on overnight. You can also use them when you ship your horse. These leg wraps are ideal for injury recovery or prevention.
Sizes: 12”, 14”, and 16”. Sold as a PAIR
Measure the length of the canon bone to determine the correct size.
Care: Machine washable up to 90°F/30°C. Use normal detergents that do not contain bleach or fabric softeners. Air dry only, do not tumble dry.
Back on Track products are not to be compared with magnetic therapy. The effectiveness of Back on Track’s thermal warmth therapy has been established by medical science. For more information, click here to see a clinical study for Horses and Back on Track Products.
Instructions for Use: Back on Track leg wraps should be introduced gradually. They should only be applied for a total period of 4 hours per day for the first 2-3 days. After that, it is recommended to keep them on overnight. Caution should be used during the first 2-3 days as excessive use from the outset may cause legs to "fill up" due to increased blood circulation. However, this is a good sign of efficacy. Please note that physical responses can be variable. Often you will notice a reduction of puffy or sore joints within a few hours or days. Occasionally however, you will need to persevere for 10 days to 30 days, particularly with established long-term injuries.