Scoot Skins Glue-on
Riding in Scoot Skins will also allow you to take advantage of our proven tread design providing unparalleled traction when riding in slippery conditions. You will also be able to take advantage of the extended wear life of the Skin's soles giving you extra competitive miles.
Unique Features and Benefits
- Can be glued on for the entire trim cycle due to the sole flushing design.
- Easier glue manipulation.
- Greater gluing area.
- Superior traction.
- Extra resets.
- Durable and flexible.
- Only 220g (8 ounces)
- Open front allows toe of hoof to be seated in correct position.
Option 1: Use our sizing serviceThis option gives you free sizing, free shipping, free fit check, free exchanges and returns.
Using our sizing service is the most accurate way to find your Scoot Boot size from measurements.
Upload your hoof measurement photos through our sizing form and we will reply with your correct size. We will happily exchange your Scoot Boots free of charge if they do not fit.
Go To Sizing Form
Option 2: Find your size with the sizing chart
This option only allows you to return and exchange. You will need to cover your shipping costs.
Step 1: Click here for measurement instructions
Step 2: Measure each horse's hoof within 2 weeks of a barefoot trim.
Step 3: Use this sizing chart to find the size you need.
Please note: Scoot Boots are not guaranteed to stay secure on some hoof shapes. Please send us photos and we can confirm if Scoot Boots are right for your horse's hooves.
Option 3: Find a stockist in your area
Use our stockist locator to find someone nearby for an in-person fitting.
The shoe worked out very well. My only complaint is that it remains very difficult to find an adhesive that bonds well to the shoe and to the hoof wall. I have utilized 4 different glue manufacturers and none of them create a bond that lasts longer than 3 weeks.
Boots stay on reliably and look great. Perfect for my needs so far! Trail riding in mountainous terrain and arena work. Will definitely purchase again!
The look, feel, concept and application are appealing. However, we are having trouble getting them to stay glued on. Part of the problem could be that it’s winter and the temp is not above 30. But I did stall the horse so her feet are dry. I kept the glue inside and then on the day of application we ran a propane heater on the horses feet for 30 minutes so her feet were warm. Glued them on with no issues. Followed instructions to the detail. 1 week and they have both come off. That doesn’t mean I hate them, it just means we need to try again. Verdict is still out.
I love the traction that they offer as well as the fact that I can reuse them!
My horse has great feet and has been barefoot. Also bought scoot boots and pads. Trying to do whatever is best for this suspensory issue. Not using the skins yet