Originally Posted by ~*~anebel~*~
I have Dubarry knockoffs (Dublin boots), and if you put Welly socks in them they are very warm.
I teach all winter long in an unheated arena and I have Raynauds. The biggest trick to warm feet is keeping them dry! For the really cold days I will put boot warmers in my boots too.
Not a huge fan of Mountain Horse - I find they don't last very well and are not very waterproof. My Dublins lasted 7 months of continual wear, and I've just now scrubbed clean and re-waterproofed them.
I had to look up the style of boot you mentioned. The only problem is the boot has to be black.
Originally Posted by kitten_Val
I'm glad you posted that, because that probably would have made a difference to let everyone we get true winters out here
Something else I should have mentioned, that I don't normally advertise, is I am a funeral director which is why I need good winter boots. 40% of our service involve us going to a cemetery and spending 30 mins- 1 hour at a time outside. That's why I know I can trust my fellow horse owners to give me suggestions of good winter boots(that I will also use outside when I go see and ride the horses).