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        04-03-2013, 10:14 PM
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    Weanling
    Quick question about field boot measurements

    So I'm like, two steps away from buying a really nice pair of field boots for shows this summer. I'm just a little anxious that they won't be tall enough.

    The boots measure just over 18", not including the heel. When I measure my leg, I also get right around 18". The boots are used and appear to have dropped, so the height should be perfect for me, right?

    Do I still need to add height to my measurement if the boots are used and have dropped?
    They were used for a show season so they're still in fantastic shape, and I'd be getting them for almost half price so I REALLY want these to work but I can't afford to buy them and have them not fit.

    Thanks :)

    Also, the boots in question are Tredstep Donatellos, if that makes any difference.
         
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        04-04-2013, 10:43 PM
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    Weanling
    The Donatellos are very nice, I'm sure they have already dropped as much as they are going to if they have been worn for a year consistently.
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