These hardy, durable boots are great for hiking, riding and trekking around and will keep you comfortable and warm year round. A waterproof sole with large lugs makes walking in mud a breeze. The design of the boot fits most calf sizes with four adjustable Velcro straps and a lace up front. Fully lined, a faux leather strip of protection on the inner calf resists wear and tear while riding. Save your expensive leather boots and wear these extraordinary rugged boots with sturdy support, safe non-slip sole with large lugs for trekking in the mud and TPR in the foot for waterproofing. The boot is waterproof from the ankle downwards (lower foot) and can be sprayed with water to clean. The upper leg is water repellent and be brushed off when the boot is dry. Thermo Plastic Rubber (TPR) soles is produced by compounding and molding rubber. TPR is renowned for its slip resistance, durability, extreme comfort, and shock absorption lessening foot fatigue.
TPR bottom, leather patch, nylon upper, syntethic lining. Spray with hose from ankle down, including lugs to remove dirt, mud and debris. Brush debris from upper boot when dry.
For the $$ these are great! They're a tad bulky and stiff, but well-lined and comfy.Written on by SSST
True to size and definitely a nice well made pair of warm boots. I would recommend these to anyone that has to work out in the cold and snow.Written on by Horselover
Good boot for the money. Warm. Comfortable. However, the first time I wore them riding, my horse started to go down and I couldn't kick my foot our of the stirupp to jump free because they are so "thick toed". Good barn boot.Written on by Sherry
Very good value for the price. Bought these at Equine Affair and wasn't crazy about the design, but they keep my feet dry & warm outside before, during & after riding. Only complaint is that they don't go up high enough (chafs when riding). All around great boots.Written on by Anonymous
These boots are great in the snow and mud. Always keeps my feet dry. I can ride in them, although there is more potential to get hung up in a stirrup since the soles are much thicker but I haven't had that problem. The only thing I was disappointed in was that they don't keep my feet warm. Even with the insulation, my feet still get very cold even in the 30-40° degree weather. if I use heat packs, they work great at keeping my feet warm.Written on by Leslie
love these boots:) have had b4 and keep coming back after viewing similar. The fit a bit on the big side. Im a 6 but could have got 5. They actually r what description says. Quality tough and well thought about. Love the inside fleece:) lace up at ankle for a snug fit. Very warm. The only negative is that the velcro strap a little too long. If u not careful hay/straw sticks too. U can ride in them with comfort:):) I would recommend these boots. priced well for all that boot!Written on by goldie
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