The Therapeutic Quick Wraps are designed to make treating your horse's legs fast and easy. They take the headache out of wrapping (Back on Track also offers No Bow Leg Wraps which you can use with a standing bandage), which was a major incentive in my purchase. I know that, given my perfectionist attitude toward wrapping legs, I would be much more likely to use these wraps more often than I would be to use a traditionally designed wrap.
These Quick Wraps feature the same ceramic-infused material that all Back on Track products feature. This material uses the horse's body heat to create a soothing warmth which may decrease swelling and can relieve pain. These wraps are designed to be used overnight or during shipping, according to Back on Track's product description.
These wraps feature generous padding, and they are shaped to fit the contours of your horse's legs. The wraps are not designated for use on the front versus back legs, making them versatile, which I appreciate. Four straps of strong Velcro keep the wraps secure, and they fasten in much the same way that a sports medicine boot is applied.
I found these wraps easy to apply, though the bulk of the inner lining does prove a bit of a challenge. I have a hard time getting these wraps to have a clean, good-fitting finish - they're bulky, and I find that no matter how tightly I secure them, they still slide around a little. I don't know that I would be comfortable using these overnight or for shipping.
As far as the difference that they have made for Whisper, I find it hard to gauge. I can say from my firsthand experience using the wrist brace that there is definitely a pain-relieving effect. Whisper seems to warm up faster with these wraps than she does without them (she has some arthritis, thanks to long racing career). The effect is enough that I continue to use these wraps.
I do wish that these wraps had been designed so that they extended all the way up to cover the horse's knee or hock. This design would probably necessitate that a front versus a back wrap would need to be designed, but I would be happy to buy both if I knew that I could treat Whisper's hocks using the same wrap. Hocks are a difficult area to treat, and I think that an extended wrap could be highly effective.
The Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Wraps retail for $93.00 from Back on Track directly. I would say that they're worth it, especially if you're working with an older horse or one with arthritis.