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5 Star Barrel Racing Shin Guards

5 Star Barrel Racing Shin Guards
from $49.95

The 5 Star Shin Guards are made from a 100% neoprene sleeve with a breathable spandex back to ensure a close yet comfortable fit. Features a high density breathable foam along the shin to absorb shock upon impact for ultimate protection. Low profile to stay unnoticed under any pair of jeans.

Available in Black and Cheetah.

Sizes: Small/Medium and Large/Extra Large

Sizing: Measure your calf at the largest point. Measurements of 15.5 and under will need a size small/medium. Size large/XL will measure 15.75 and above.

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Cathy Coleman

United States

Thanks to your saddle pad, Shoii's back stays cool and protected while we are out on our little "jaunts!" Being able to continue to explore the world means the world to my horse... and being able to provide him the padding he needs with your products, means the world to ME! Thanks so muc

Hella Nelson

USA

My Trusty Rusty and I tend to go on long trail rides. His back used to get sore. But sense we started using Five Star he doesn't anymore. He's tried all of the other brands, and nothing compares!

Mandee Fetzer

I had my saddle taken in to check fit and they recommended your company. This contoured his back so well it improved how my saddle fit his back. We haven't had problems since! I love that I got to customize my pad making it unique to me. Thanks for making such a quality product!

Tiffany Cox

I have two Five Star pads that I purchased for my barrel horse Popcorn. My old hand me down barrel saddle didn't fit correctly and he was sore in his back. The pad I purchased fixed the problem with my old saddle and made him very comfortable! They are beautifully made and very durable.

Cathy Coleman

United States

In 2009, Shoii shattered the knee joint of his right hind leg, rendering unable to flex the joint once it healed. Although his body was a little beat-up, his heart certainly was not and I could tell that it was still very important to him to "take me out for a ride."

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