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New Roma's or used Eskadron's?

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        07-23-2011, 05:35 PM
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    Originally Posted by kitten_Val    
    If you don't ride for several hours I don't see too big of deal about the heat.

    This one looks pretty neat (and not very bulky): Euro Pro Heidi Galloping Horse Boots < Galloping and Cross Country Boots < Horse Boots|Dover Saddlery.
    I have those, and they are nice!!! They're the winter retired one's though.
    Although, when I was using them, I was riding in the day a lot more for longer rides in lessons, but now, I just do little one hour or so schooling sessions, towards the end of the day. Fleece may be ok now, that I think of it......

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    Originally Posted by MIEventer    
    Try using baby powder with the neoprene boots, that should help. I use Baby Powder with my boots.
    Thanks for the suggestion!!! I'll definitely try that, with the boots that tend to rub, next time.

    Now I'm stuck on neoprene, or fleece, rather than what brand.
         
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