|SRriding ||10-30-2012 06:16 AM |
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?
|equiniphile ||10-30-2012 08:51 AM |
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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|Joe4d ||10-30-2012 12:49 PM |
I have the same in mens size 11 will sell. Great boots but seriously if it is that cold I aint riding.
|Fulford15 ||10-30-2012 01:01 PM |
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!
|poppy1356 ||10-30-2012 01:19 PM |
|boots ||10-30-2012 10:16 PM |
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.
|TrailheadSupply ||10-31-2012 04:58 PM |
I'm a White's fan !!!
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