In this short video EVOHORSE co-founder Florentino Pereira demonstrates how to put the EVO BOOT 1.0 on and off. You don't need a lot of power but the boot should fit snug if possible. Don't lock the Elastostops loose ! You always have to pull a bit. On our website you will find more EVO BOOT videos. If you are interested in purchasing EVO BOOTS have a look at our international wholesale list.
There are more adaptations possible than what is shown in our simple user manual that comes with each ordered EVO BOOT 1.0 Premium. Here you can download our extended user manual that describes more options for professionals to adapt the EVO BOOT individually. Configure the bulb shield on asymmetrical bulbs, adapt the Elastostop, heat the boot shell, etc...
"We've been asked if we use Loctite on the EVO BOOT screws." NO- we are not using Loctite when assembling the EVO BOOTS. Due to all the adaptation possibilities of this hoofboot it would only make everything much harder for you when using Loctite. But....once the EVOBOOT is fitted correctly and every part is exactly at the position where it should be, we recommend the use of Loctite. Because of normal vibrations during a ride the screws might get loose. You can avoid such problems by using Loctite.
"Fitting The EVO BOOT 1.0 is very simple as long as you consider a few things." Generally the EVO BOOT has the same requirements as most other models that stay below the coronet band : Symmetrically hooves without flared walls. First choose the size from our sizing chart or ask your trimmer for a FitKit. FitKits for trimmers are available through EVO wholesalers. Then you can adapt the fit by changing the bulb shield position if necessary. Shell and bulb shield shall fit snug but generally there is no problem if you feel a little gap between the hoof and the [...]