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Winter boots for riding in below zero weather
I live in North Dakota and I have tried the rated columbia, they keep your feet warm, but, they are impossible to ride in, they dont flex and are usually too big for stirrups, I have been reading alot on the Mountain Horse boots, has any one had any experience with them?
I have a pair of Mountain Horse Rimfrost Rider winter boots for sale that I outgrew. They're in great shape and kept me warm in low temps. I highly recommend them. If you're interested, I posted a thread with pictures here not too long ago. Size 8.
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I have the same in mens size 11 will sell. Great boots but seriously if it is that cold I aint riding.
I have Mountain Horse boots that are alright if you have enough layers of woolies on, but honestly I have to ride in snow boots with insulation when it gets to below twenty or lower!
Classic High Handles Women's - 60153 - Bogs Footwear - The Official Website
I have these. So far they are very toasty warm at 20 degrees but they are rated to -40. Very comfy to ride in, fit in all my stirrups and I don't have any oversized ones. English and western. And I've tested their waterproofness, it's perfect all the way to the top lol.
Battery operated socks if you're only going to be out for a couple hours.
And get winter stirrups. Take your heaviest boots with you so you can size them. Well worth the price.
You might want to give look at Ariat's new Brossard line. They're waterproof and warm.
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