Mustad LiBero-ARC hoof nail, 3D view
Mustad LiBero-ARC hoof nail, 3D view
Mustad LiBero-ARC hoof nail, front and side
Mustad LiBero-ARC hoof nail, front and side
LiBero-ARC, front and side
Mustad LiBero-ARC hoof nail, head detail
Mustad LiBero-ARC hoof nail, head detail
LiBero-ARC, head detail

Mustad LiBero-ARC nail

Two innovative features in one design

The LiBero-ARC® nail has an innovative curved and angled head shape for a controlled drive without the nail twisting in the fuller. It is specifically designed for LiBero® shoes, but very well in Equi-Librium® and Eventer®. The concept of PITCH™ offers a small angle between nail head and the shank of the nail and aids nailing on the correct angle. This reduces possible pressure on the hoof wall. The longer slim and strong shank gives the option to nail higher.

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Product summary

E nail origin
Curved and angled head
LiBero-ARC2 (45.5mm) - LiBero-ARC7 (61mm)
  • Turf/Grass
  • Mud
  • Pavement
  • Stoney ground
  • Sand
  • Synthetic
  • Carriage driving
  • Classical dressage
  • Draft
  • Draft horse showing
  • Endurance
  • English pleasure
  • Eventing
  • Field hunting
  • Fine harness
  • Fox hunting
  • Icelandic equitation
  • Leisure
  • Pleasure riding
  • Polo
  • Show hack
  • Show jumping
  • Steeplechase
  • Vaulting
  • Pleasure driving
  • Trail
  • Trail riding
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Good to know

  • dome shaped head for a controlled drive and to minimize the impact of nailing
  • pitched head gives a great range when nailing.
  • predictable consistent driving
  • also a great nail to use during refits. The domed head allows for a great positioning within the nail hole
  • curved head requires practise when driving

Pierre-Antoine Thinet, farrier in France

I'm fond of innovations, when there is a new product, I want to try it

  • An old profession in a modern way

    Stéphane Bréhin, farrier in France

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