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recomendation needed riding/mucking out boots

Discussion in 'Horse Tack and Equipment' started by dexter, Jan 12, 2013.


  1. dexter

    dexter PetForums VIP

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    can anyone recomend a good quality riding boot/mucking out boot for a child to wear this time of the year. need to keep feet warm lol. thanks
     
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    To ride in or just muck around the yard in? I wear my leather walking boots at the moment as the field is always wet and they keep my feet dry. I carriage drive so don't need riding boots as such.
     
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    dual if possible. she has her riding in the morning and helps out in the stables in the afternoon x
     
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    Wiz201 PetForums VIP

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    I used to do that. I actually found a pair of long riding boots was enough.
     
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    thanks ...............
     
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    Now-a-days, Many companies are offers best quality boots both at online and off-line stores which are needed for riding. Recently, I buy a horse so I am searching for the best quality and brand boots which helps for convenient riding for long distance also.
     
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    Thanks dexter
     
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    If you are in need of riding boots there are no less options,you can even have a huge number of options online as well.while buying boots also see the brand,proper size and fitting and yes whether it's giving you the right warm or not.
     
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    my children used wellies for mucking out and general stuff around the yard and had different boots for riding in.
    mucker boots are probably the cheapest all round option
     
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    A rubber snow boot with heel works for my students and cheap
     
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    Rubber snow boots with heel work for my students and cheap
     
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