We are just three days away from Professional’s Choice launching a chance to win a $500 shopping spree, plus a huge boot promotion. Starting this Thursday, Sept. 15, EN readers can get $10 off per pair of boots by downloading a coupon at www.profchoice.com/bootup. The promotion runs through the end of the year, and you can take the coupon to your local dealer to redeem it.
To celebrate this big Boot Up promotion, we’re bringing back one of our most popular Fab Freebie giveaways of 2016. EN took the Pro Performance Pro Mesh TPU Show Jump Boots for a test drive and gave them two thumbs up for innovative design, and now we’re giving away another pair!
The outer shell of the boots is made from Pro Mesh TPU, a honeycomb, hex-patterned material that is extremely breathable and durable while also being lightweight. We also love the durability of the strike guard made of of Pebax, which stiffens on impact to provide superior protection and won’t shatter like stiff plastic or carbon fiber.
The inner lining of the boots is made from a neoprene-free, comfortable foam lining that is ideal for horse’s with sensitive skin and very easy to keep clean. The boots are also PVC-free and nearly odor-free thanks to the green standards Professional’s Choice uses when manufacturing them.
The TPU fasteners on the boots make it super easy to find the right fit for your horse. The boots are available in one size in black or white, retailing at $102.95 for the front boots and $92.95 for the hind boots. Click here to read EN’s full product review experience with testing the Pro Performance Pro Mesh TPU Show Jump Boots.
Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter to win the boots. Entries close at midnight EST on Friday and we’ll draw the winner that day. Good luck! Thank you to Professional’s Choice for sponsoring this week’s giveaway.
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