Advance Cushion Support Kit


Formulated for Dr. Ric Redden, this 60-65 durometer elastomer offers a multitude of uses. Advance Cushion Support is a two-part putty elastomer formulated to mix easily, set quickly and maintain toughness even with ground contact.

Many uses:

  • Arch support with lameness.
  • Laminitis is a devastating often fatal secondary disease with a large scale of damage that can influence the outcome. Using this product as an aid to support the arch of the sole works quite well when used in conjunction with adequate heel elevation (Nanric Ultimates) and zero digital breakover.
  • Bruised tender feet; Advance Cushion Support can be quickly molded to the sole of a sore, barefoot horse. The custom fit of the resilient elastomer offers a thick, protective shock absorber that can be easily bandaged to the foot or used in a variety of slip on boots that are on the market.
  • Bar shoes and pads; Advance Cushion Support can be placed under an assortment of bars as a means to distribute load and absorb concussion. Placed under the bar it prevents the normal collection of manure and debris that will commonly collect under the bar. Advance Cushion Support absorbs energy when placed under a pad. This product becomes a pad itself when used with a nylon screen or perforated pad. The tough properties of this specially formulated product offer good wear ability when placed in contact to the ground.
The Advanced Cushion Support Kit consists of two 16 oz jars; one Part A and one Part B. 

Colour: Gray

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