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    12-01-2008, 12:17 PM
Question about full english chaps

I'm looking into getting some, as extra warmth over my breeches, but I don't know what type of boots should be worn with them. Are they supposed to be worn with paddock or tall boots, or does it not matter?

I was considering buying insulated paddock boots and insulated half chaps, but I'm thinking more warmth all over my leg would be nice.
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    12-01-2008, 12:32 PM
You wear them with paddock boots. You could probably get them over tall boots but the zipper up against the boot probably wouldn't be a good thing. Plus then they'd get all tight and just not comfy.
    12-02-2008, 12:51 AM
When I would wear my full chaps I'd either have sneakers (bad I know, please don't comment about it :)) or paddock boots.
    12-02-2008, 02:42 AM
They also make a riding blanket that covers up the rear end of the horse and wraps around your lower body and legs.
    12-02-2008, 04:16 AM
I have these for winter showing and on really cold days
Ariat Bromont Tall Riding Boots - Dover Saddlery
I haven't needed them yet. Right now I'm using my regular paddock boots with these:
Under Armour | Women's ColdGear Momentum Sock | 8503518 | $14.99
Very expensive, but worth it (as long as you are good at keeping track of socks)

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