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    08-11-2008, 03:35 PM
  #1
Weanling
English Riding Boots (paddock)

I am on the search for a pair of English paddock boots to ride in during the winter. I will be riding outdoors and need something with good insulation. But, If possible, I would like them to be able to be used year round. I am looking for a pair that have good durability and can get a bit wet (with snow possibly). If anyone knows of a good pair/brand, the help would be greatly appreciated! :)
     
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    08-11-2008, 03:52 PM
  #2
Yearling
If you want jodhpur boots to just muck around in and don't care how you look, you might want to consider muckers. They're comfy to wear around the stables too, and I bought them as my first pair of riding boots (and only, currently) because they're just /so/ comfy.

I bought these, and they're safe to ride in as well as not rubbing anywhere, being half welly (i.e. Waterproof up to your ankles), and they're fleece-lined too.

There's bound to be something like that where you are :) Splasher/mucker/mucking out boots.
     
    08-11-2008, 04:19 PM
  #3
Weanling
Re: English Riding Boots (paddock)

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Originally Posted by rodeogirl309
I am on the search for a pair of English paddock boots to ride in during the winter. I will be riding outdoors and need something with good insulation. But, If possible, I would like them to be able to be used year round. I am looking for a pair that have good durability and can get a bit wet (with snow possibly).I would prefer lace. If anyone knows of a good pair/brand, the help would be greatly appreciated! :)
     
    08-11-2008, 04:21 PM
  #4
Yearling
My suggestion is Ariat III Performer Paddock Boots, theyre about $130 but worth every penny. I bought mine about 3yrs ago and use them everyday to ride and they are so comfy and yes i've gotten them wet and it doesnt go thru the boot and they lace up the front for good contour but also zip in the back so theyre easy to get on and off, I love them and i've had 3 pairs of them now and prob wont ever get another brand!
     
    12-02-2008, 09:56 PM
  #5
Foal
Hmm if you want insulated boots I would check out mountain horse here is a link to there web site.
Mountain Horse
     
    12-02-2008, 11:21 PM
  #6
Weanling
I recommend Blundstones! Blundstone Boots and Shoes Canada
     
    12-26-2008, 11:51 PM
  #7
Weanling
I agree with Foxy. I have 2 pairs of Ariat Performers, and they rock! I've had one pair for 8 years, and the only thing I've had to do is replace the laces(the stinkin' dog got them!). They are comfortable, and they keep your feet warm, but not to the point where you get sweaty stinky feet. They allow easy movement in your ankle and foot, but also provide great support. They come in laced and zippered, depending on what you want. Rain, mud, snow, ice....they're great
     
    12-29-2008, 10:02 PM
  #8
Started
I concur Ariat are the best!
     

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