I've never used to seen the Tough-1 boots in person. Tough-1 Vented Sport Boots Front - Horse.com
Although I think calling them "vented" is a bit misleading. If you look at the inside of the boot, the part that makes contact with the leg is NOT vented. It's solid neoprene. It also doesn't look as contoured around the pastern as I'd like to see, but again, hard to tell from just pictures.
I'm a Professionals Choice snob. I'll never leave their sport boots. Love them!
Originally Posted by gamingirl22
But which bell boots are better to use? Such as rubber, neoprene, PVC, etc....
I won a pair of the Classic Equine Dy-No-Turn bell boots as a high point prize, and oh have they held up very well! Love them. Classic Equine™ Dy-No-Turn Bell Boot - Smith Brothers
Either I'd use those, or use the Professionals Choice Ballistic Boot. Professionals Choice Ballistic Overreach Boots
Both are made of very tough material that will actually last in a bell boot, and they are both contoured to fit the foot nicely. And work well with a sport boot.
Rubber will tear. And plain neoprene won't hold up very long. I'd stay away from both of those.