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Mustad BaseMax horseshoes, front and hind, bottom view
Mustad BaseMax horseshoes, front and hind, bottom view
BaseMax, front and hind, bottom
Mustad BaseMax horseshoes, front and hind, top view
Mustad BaseMax horseshoes, front and hind, top view
BaseMax, front and hind, top
Mustad BaseMax horseshoes, front and hind, 3D bottom view
Mustad BaseMax horseshoes, front and hind, 3D bottom view
BaseMax, front and hind, bottom
Mustad BaseMax horseshoes, front and hind, 3D top view
Mustad BaseMax horseshoes, front and hind, 3D top view
BaseMax, front and hind, top
Mustad BaseMax horseshoes, front and hind, clip details
Mustad BaseMax horseshoes, front and hind, clip details
BaseMax, front and hind, clip details

Mustad BaseMax

The perfect combination of tradition and innovation

The Mustad BaseMax is a traditionally ¾-fullered European riding horseshoe. It is the successor to the popular BM shoe. BaseMax horseshoes have their clips drawn out of the metal from the web of the shoe in traditional style. Its inside clip has an optimal position to offer maximum support. The nail holes of this range are also punched slightly coarser making it possible to fit the shoe slightly wider to the hoof or to accommodate thicker-walled hooves.

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Product summary

Model
Front and hind, symmetrical
Clips
Toe Clip and Side Clips
Sizes
4*0 - 6
Weather
  • All weather
  • Indoor
Terrain
  • Mud
  • Stoney ground
  • Sand
  • Turf/Grass
Activity
  • Classical dressage
  • Draft
  • Draft horse showing
  • Leisure
  • Pleasure driving
  • Pleasure riding
  • Show jumping
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Good to know

  • section width equal from heel to toe
  • equal weight bearing due to symmetrical nail hole positioning
  • size numbers are placed right behind the crease for optimal studhole positioning
  • same sizing as the LiBero family is applicable but with the difference of an inside clip
  • This shoe tends to be slippery on asphalt, so for this surface we recommend adding pins or the use of road nails
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Geoffrey van Fessem, farrier in the Netherlands

The symmetrical shape of the BaseMax makes it more easy to create a well-balanced end result

  • Old family business, modern vision

    Christoph Schweppe, Master farrier and teacher in Germany

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    The German farrier Christoph Schweppe forging a horseshoe

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