Equestrian long Riding BootsRiding boots long
Riding boots for horses
The" New Classic" These traditional, hard-wearing yet light riding boots made of genuine leathers have a classical look and are ideal for all riding acitve... Featuring water -resistant leathers and rot-proof insoles and seams, these riding boots are ideal for any job in the stable and are also suited for competitions or the day.
The 9 different riding boots of the "New Classic" range cover different legs and a mix of knee mounts from very slim to enormous. In order to find and order the best shoe for you, please choose the desired riding boots and fill in your shoe height below.
You' will be asked to refine your feet and legs and the system will work out the best for you.
High riding boots vs. paddock boots
You want the boots for training. When jumping - also for the hunter - the boots with the shoelaces. That' s US-specific information - in England, where most of these boards come from, they have no boots with the lace up. It is important to know what kind of event you will be represented in before you decide which boots you need.
When you are only at the beginning and don't show yet, then you are better off in the first year or so in shorts. Shorter boots are much more comfortable. Normally you would keep your long boots in a special polish case and only take them out to get into the show ring.
When you' re really serious, some folks get on the horses - and have their bridegroom shine their long boots after getting on the jump! There is a big change in comfort when you don't have to fight to get your boots off and can just unpack. Do not buy long boots before you have purchased jodhpurs.
You' re gonna end up with boots too tight in your thigh. You' ll look like a gloves and you'll fantasy about the home and then the date your new pants come in, your fantasy boots will not go over the top of them and yo'll fight for three journeys in teardrops as your feet turn bluish and you need handling for sore throat.
First the riding pants, then the boots - try the boots on, over the riding pants. Do not buy long boots over the web. It' not like a set of boots - they have to sit not only on the feet but also on the calves.