Pro Ice Freeze Therapy Boot

Regular Price: Was £79.96

Special Price Now £75.96

  • Target Ice Cold directly to Tendons and Joints
  • Foil lining effectively insulates and prolongs the cold effect
  • Soft mesh lining protects skin from freeze burn
  • Unique Hypo-Freeze Gel remains soft and contours around the lower limb
  • Use in short 20-30min sessions / multiple times daily in severe cases.

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Regular Price: Was £79.96

Special Price Now £75.96

The New LeMieux proIce Freeze Boots provide targeted Ice Cold directly to Tendons and Joints. The foil lining effectively insulates and prolongs the cold effect, whilst the soft mesh lining protects skin from freeze burn and allows for maximum transfer of cold. The unique Hypo-Freeze Gel remains soft and contours around the lower limb ensuring maximum surface contact with Tendons and Joints. Regular use of ProIce boots for short periods (20-30mins) after intense exercise for preventative purposes to ensure ligaments, tendons and joints remain tight. The sooner temperature of tendons can be reduced after work the better. This can apply to high intensity dressage as well as galloping, jumping and x-country Instructions for Use: Place boots or inserts in freezer for minimum 4-6hrs or overnight prior to application. Use in short 20-30min sessions / multiple times daily in severe cases. Press securely to mould gel. Ensure straps are firmly closed but not over tight.
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  • Instructions for Use:
  • Place boots or inserts in freezer for minimum 4-6hrs or overnight prior to application. Use in short 20-30min sessions / multiple times daily in severe cases. Press securely to mould gel. Ensure straps are firmly closed but not over tight.
  • Maintenance & Management:
  • Use of ProIce Boots can prevent the onset of localised swelling and heat. The purpose of using cold is to break the cycle of inflammatory response before it causes cell damage.