EasyCare has a several choices of trail riding boots.
Most important is to find the style of boot that best fits the shape of your horses heels and hoof; they are NOT all the same.
I don't ride anymore but I do have EasyCare's Boa boots for my foundered horse. He has been wearing those boots with partial pads nearly every day since last March, out to pasture.
He is in them 8 - 11 hours every day without issue. As long as I keep him trimmed, his heels don't rub, wearing them that many hours.
Point being, even though the Boa's are a heavier boot and on the clunky side, they have held up to torture, every day.
My horse is 15.3H so the fact they are heavier doesn't bother him, even with the founder.
Oftentimes farriers and/or barefoot trimmers carry an assortment of boots with them and will help fit the horse (that is what I did and it was a good thing because I'd've gotten it all wrong).
If you aren't trimming your own horse, you might ask your trimmer to help you out on this, so you get the correct boots for your horse