Endurance Racer Naomi Preston along with her late mustang horse is in the National Endurance Hall of Fame
We used the wraps and after 155 miles, 3 days, deep sand, rocks, and climbing, no swelling in our two boys' legs! Amazing!! Still trailering home.
LOVED the thin blue socks, first time my feet haven't gone to sleep on a 50. Very cool! Want to always wear some type of these socks at competitions!
Lee absolutely LOVES his back patches. He's put some hard wear on them. Definitely helps his sciatica!
The interesting thing at the ride was after using the wraps for a couple days early in the week, their legs never got swollen. Is there a residual effect from using them? It really was amazing, because the rides were difficult, lasting 9-10 hours a day, and lots of deep sand, of which we have none to train in at home. So lee and I expected a fair amount of stocking up. But none. So I don't have that pic for you!!! But will try at the next ride and see what we get.
On the other hand, my legs always swell a bit from the rides -- still swollen -- and yesterday I wrapped my legs for a couple hours with the horse leg wraps. (lol!) On my wish list are some riding tights with your special magic in them.
The following day...
Another thank you for the back patch!! Indeed a blessing. Lee is amazed! Is the patch the same material as the leg wraps, or is there something extra in the patch? Are they available for purchase? What kind of life are you seeing on these patches before they need to be replaced?
Lee is her husband and also a farrier. He’s been seeing a doctor about his bad back and seriously considering back surgery. Obviously the idea of surgery is no longer being considered. This is actually the second message from her thanking me for the product that helped Lee, an EyeOn patch with the self adhesive. This is a new product we’ve been testing and it’s doing a wonderful job.
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