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Showjumper1289 03-31-2013 09:08 PM

tall boots
what are good tall boots for the hunter and eq
i like the di niro selento field boot the tredstep da vinchi and the ariat monaco does anyone have reviews for the selento cause there weren't any on smart pak

countercanter 03-31-2013 09:39 PM

I have the DiNiro Leucas, I really like them. The way the zipper is set is really cool, and its not noticeable from a distance so you still look conservative in the hunter and eq rings. They were easy to break in and very comfortable. I have custom boots that I show in but I use the Leucas around the barn. Just a heads up though, Italian boots tend to run small. I usually wear a Medium/Regular calf and I had to send them back and order the Wide/Tall calf. The Treadsteps are becoming very popular but I don't have much experience with them. The Monacos are obviously very nice, no break in time, very supple leather and look like a second skin. But they wear very easily. I have a few friends that have them and they wore holes in the calves. You should only use them to show in if you end up with the Monacos.

jinxremoving 03-31-2013 10:12 PM

I ride in TredStep Da Vinci's and they are insanely nice! Almost no break in time and the leather is very supple. I've been riding in them several times a week for over a year now and they look almost brand new and have only dropped maybe 1/2 an inch but I do use boot trees. Zippers have been flawless as well! The rich kids at my barn with their Monaco's and customs all complimented on them.

Do a search on SmartPak for them, over a 100 reviews and it's almost a 5 star product which is somewhat unheard of. :)

Foxesdontwearbowties 04-01-2013 05:58 AM

I have Donatellos and they are incredible boots, but it seems just about everything from Tredstep is of tremendous quality so I recommend the brand though I've no experience with Da Vincis.

Showjumper1289 04-01-2013 09:35 PM

loving the tredsteps i probally getting the da vinchis.

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