|AnotherHorseDad ||07-04-2013 06:18 AM |
Help finding wide calf tall English boots
My daughter needs wide calf boots and I'm looking for a source. The local tack shop didn't have anything. When I looked at SmartPak, I see some; however, the one pair I looked at said 8 weeks for shipping.
Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
|Cacowgirl ||07-04-2013 06:24 AM |
Do you know of any consignment shops for used tack? Sometimes they carry equestrian clothing & boots also. Other than that ebay may be a possibility-what measurement do you need around the widest part of her calf?
|tlkng1 ||07-04-2013 07:12 AM |
If the SmartPak brand (Fuller fillies by chance?) is on backorder, the other option is to try for men's boots..some of those have a slightly wider calf. I have very heavy calves even at my thinnest with one calf a full inch larger than the other. I have a high instep and a wide foot so finding boots off shelf is a nightmare.
|AnotherHorseDad ||07-04-2013 11:21 AM |
Her calf is about 15 inches in circumference.
|Taffy Clayton ||07-04-2013 12:11 PM |
Ariat has wide calf boots. What size is her foot? a friend of mine has a brand new pair to sell.
|AnotherHorseDad ||07-04-2013 12:31 PM |
She is a 9 1/2.
|Taffy Clayton ||07-04-2013 12:36 PM |
Let me check with her, I think that might be the size she has, if they are not already sold.
|cakemom ||07-04-2013 12:58 PM |
Horse loverz carries DevonAirre my daughter has a wide calf and we use the xwide in those for her. Wide fits in most brands but xwide in DA. Or Treadstep.
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