Absolutely top quality tall boots in soft leather. Zip and elastic at back and laces up the whole front.
After every ride, dampen a clean sponge and wring thoroughly. Wipe to clean. Dry off with clean towel.
I have had my boots for like 2/3 years now and they are still in perfect condition! They wear extremly well and i use them for everyday riding and for competitions! always get compliments towards them in my bsja group! defiantly recommend, super boots!Written on by Anonymous
These boots are very smart and unique in style but also practical, confortable and surprisingly warm .. I wear them everyday for several hours and they are wearing really well. Will definately buy another pair and recommend to other. Good purchase and worth the money.Written on by Anonymous
I Purchased these looks because they were different then any other boot I've seen but I can honestly say they were the most comfortable to as well almost no break in would buy these again.Written on by Poptarttocool
Love my boots, love the comments that I get when riding in then, and just generally love them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Very sad that pony or riding club wont let me ride compete in them, even thought they have a perfectly great traditional foot, but hey ho. Have had to buy a plain black pair as well especially for them, but wont be giving up my horze boots for a while!!Written on by H
I bought these boots almost a year ago as a Christmas present for myself. On the initial pair that I bought one of the snaps over the heel broke and I had to return them. Fortunately I decided to get a second pair and these held up perfectly. Overall I love these boots because of their unique design and quick break-in time. The elastic laces make them super comfy and the special lining keeps them cool in summer and warm in winter. A few things did not work so well, the clip that holds the laces kept coming off and I eventually lost one. I am not sure where to find a replacement, so currently I have to tie a knot. The other thing is that these boots have extremely thin soles. They are not super comfy to ride or walk in for any extended amount of time. This may be due to the fact that I am used to the super nice foot bed in my other tall boots from a different maker. The leather on these boots is ok quality - would not pay full price though. I'd say the leather is on the soft/thin side which makes the boots "collapse" and the foot looks a bit "worn" instead of keeping a nice shape. However, the fun factor is undeniable and I get loads of complements on the look.Written on by Colorado Girl
Overall a reliable comfy boot. They have a different look to them and are adjustable to calf size.Written on by Mel
I have been searching for ages for a tall boot that will fit my calves. I don't have a HUGE calf but it has muscle (not fat) so it doesn't squish well into other tall boots (AT ALL!). I was at the Mane Event in Red Deer 2014 and I was going back to another booth to buy a pair that didn't quite fit my feet but I needed a pair for an upcoming show. I passed a small corner booth and I looked at them initially because I thought they looked weird because they were not the traditional all black boot. Once I asked to try them on (they were less than half the price of the other pair I was going to buy) the lady told me that you can undo the laces, do up the zipper and then tie the laces to your calf size and I fell in love. For my first pair of boots I couldn't have gotten better quality, a better fit and a better price. I'm so glad SOMEONE came up with this idea of the laces :) The only con I have is that I have to go buy longer elastics because my calf size doesn't allow me to use every hole and still have enough to put through the flap at the top…but it doesn't bother me none :DWritten on by MeggyMagoo
As the heat of summer bears down upon us, it can make saddling up to go for a ride a dreaded, rather than an anticipated, activity. But it doesn’t have to be that way – there are countless ways that you can keep yourself cool in the saddle during the summer. Here are just a few ideas to get you started.