Brown top Riding BootsRiding boot with brown top
Regentcy Top boots | Regencygentleman
I got my shit together last weekend and got my boots ready. I had put the whole thing on ice, the almost torn off boots were already hidden in my cupboard before the warmer. Two Koenig's riding boots made of calfskin. Nothing really right with them, but not Regency.
Quite little is said about them on-line (unless one is engaged in horseback riding and hunting), but they can be seen in so many of them. These are called top boots or hunter boots. The difference to other riding boots is the downward turned shaft, which shows a light brown color.
Of course, other Regency boots are the famous Hessen and later the Wellingtons. I was planning to look for used boots and slice off the uppers, but recently I recalled that there were some brown hide cuttings thrown away. The handcuffs were then removed from the boots and they fitted tight.
Completed with a high-quality shoepolish (I can advise Kiwi shoepolish), for the boots it' s dark and middle brown for the sleeves. The three layers obscured the sleeves to the required effect. Pull the narrow sleeve onto the boots. One of the hard parts was the even cut of the toes, because the boots had toes.
Now the cut edge is protected with the new cuff. So, now I have a proper set of boots without going under. There is an awesome guide on My Darling Dear and the Regency if you are interested in making yourself a dick-head.
Poor shape to carry hunting boots?
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