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Superior boots from Mountain Horse. Photograph by kind permission of Mountain Horse. Oh, I like boots. And I' m a horse nut to adore boots, but I really do! Oh, I like boots. To be more precise: high boots. I tried half canoe boots and half chops, but quickly realized that while I like my Blundstones to romp around, to ride, I am a big bootswoman.
Since that' s all I am wearing, I try to have a couple for every single days and a couple to show off. They are exactly the same make and style in a perfectly good universe, and I spin them from the show into my daily life as my "barn" boots begin to overhaul.
At times a shoe firm will give up my present favourite shoe styles (horror!) and then I'm looking for another shoe that I like well enough to put into my shoe investing cylce. Since this is exactly what was happening to me around Christmas last year (how convenient!), I started looking for my next favourite welly.
I' m pleased to be able to report that I found my latest possession and the ideal complement to my riding addiction: Mountaine Horse's Sovereign Field Boots. I' m a big Mountain Horse buff. Back when I was back riding as an adulthood, I had a couple of the old Mountain Horse boots, WAY, before they began to make boots in which you could actually show yourself.
As a matter of fact, after nearly 15 years of abrasion, the zip on one virtually only cracked last weeks. This is the kind of workmanship that has always been known to MT. Quicker preparation of several types of boots later both for the firm and for me. Mountaineer Horse has really improved his play.
These new Sovereign Field Boots are Lovely! While they look and feels like an exorbitant set of bespoke boots, they come at a very low cost. Recommended selling prices are $389, so subject to tax and postage, for about $400 these boots are theft!
The Sovereign Field Boot is available in either colour white and green. Well, I was very anxious to order a couple of tan ones. There is a discreet piece of patina that forms a vortex around the top of the cowhide, which gives a little lightning. These boots with the Spaniard top and the pointed knuckles lend every rider's clothing quality.
Let's discuss the burglary period, which is always the curse of every new boots. If I buy a set of boots or boots, I am always very interested in how they are feeling. These boots have a comfy insole. All boots do. I am only 5'5?, so collapsing the level of the calves and letting the boots get this "fall" into the knuckles seems to me always more a fight than collapse into the base of the boots, even with my soofers.
These boots are no different in this section. Usually I begin to install a new set of boots by riding them on a long heel. Can' t say enough about these boots! Again Mountain Horse has not disappointed. They are the ideal complement to my showwear for an grown -up ham who likes to look stylish and a little adapted, but is living on a reasonable price.
I can' t look forward to wearing them at my first show next months, and when my daily boots are worn out there is no doubt that I will be investing in another set of Mountain Horse Sovereign Field Boots. Click here for the Mountain Horse Sovereign boat.