Leather Horseback Riding BootsRiding boots made of leather
On products and suppliers:
On our customers and suppliers: Approximately 37% of them are boots, 19% are equine grooming and 16% are other equine grooming items. There is a large selection of riding boots available, such as fall, early fall and late fall. There is also a choice of kneel boots, rainy boots and half boots.
Made of real leather, PVC and natural gum. Whether riding boots is Eve, or 1,882 providers of riding boots are mainly in Asia. Its most important supplier markets are China (mainland), Pakistan and India, which deliver 51%, 22% and 8% of riding boots respectively.
Riding boots are most common in North America, Western Europe and Southern Europe. Guarantee your security by choosing from among 472 with others, 113 with ISO14001 and 60 with it.
Scrubbing and maintenance for leather riding boots
Unless you constantly clean and maintain your riding boots, it won't be long before they expire and you need to change them. In order to help you extend the service lives of your riding boots and get the most out of them, we have put together some practical maintenance and cleansing advice - we will concentrate mainly on the maintenance of leather riding boots, as these are the ones that need the most maintenance, and if they are not well cared for, the leather can tear and decompose.
When you have just purchased a set of riding boots, you should be a little more careful to make sure they can withstand the rigors of riding and the outdoors. One of the main parts of the maintenance of your riding boots is to keep them tidy. Apply a smooth boot polish (to avoid scratching the leather) and some hot running tap to remove most of the stains.
After cleaning, allow your boots to air-dried for only 15 min or so, and then wipe with a smooth towel to give some sheen. Next step is to give them a beautiful finish to really make them sparkle. When the whole boots are buffed, allow to cure and finish with a towel or a smooth bristles - a horsehair bristles is a good choice.
It also provides the leather with an additional protective layer, especially when the next trip is not looking good. Cleans leather riding boots: Wipe the shoe with a smooth bristle and hot tap or a special leather cleanser, if available.
Let to cure. Massage in small quantities, allow to cure and remove surplus. You can use bootshine to add sheen. On the leather, let the leather dries and polishes with a smooth towel or paintbrush. Clean your boots after every trip. That keeps them clean and makes them easy to care for in the long term.
After cleansing, use boots while the leather is moist to keep its form. When the boots are damaged - cracks in the soles, cracks, etc. - you must either have the boots replaced or have them mended. Riding boots without leather, such as buckskin or nubuk, require special detergents and impregnants to help protect and deter.
Most importantly, keep an eye on the care and maintenance of your boots - if you need a new set, then take a look at our complete line of riding boots.