tall boots or half chaps???

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tall boots or half chaps???

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  • Going to do horse comps soon, should i use half chaps or tall boots
  • Tall boots or half chaps

View Poll Results: Which do prefer: Half Chaps or Tall Boots
Half Chaps 5 71.43%
Tall Boots 2 28.57%
Voters: 7. You may not vote on this poll

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    09-21-2007, 05:09 PM
tall boots or half chaps???

I know a lot of people like half chaps because you can take them off when you want to but how are tall boots???
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    09-21-2007, 05:51 PM
Green Broke
I have both.
Must admit, half chaps are just so much more comfy than boots. And when dirty you can just stick them in the wash. I do wear tall/long boots for competitions though.
    09-21-2007, 06:06 PM
Half chaps, they're comfier(sp?).
    09-21-2007, 06:47 PM
We ended up having to break down and get my daughter tall boots. She needed them anyway for showing, but she wears them schooling too because her half chaps starting rubbing blisters on her legs. I guess they were too loose and they caused the seams of her jeans and breeches to rub her legs. The boots protect her legs better. But half chaps are a much cheaper way to go, if you can get away with it.

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