Re: [RC] English boots v. paddocks and half-chaps - Vicki Austin
The most comfortable tall english riding boots that I
have found are the Effington Schooler Boot from State
Line Tack. They are soft and squishy leather and have
a zipper up the front of the leg. They are $279.90.
They are much more comfortable than boots and chaps,
and although I have ridden in them for longdistance, I
prefer only paddock boots when I ride for
longdistance, no chaps and I use the tall boots only
for my dressage training and shows.
--- Lysane Cree <lysanec@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> English boots vs.paddocks and half-chaps - anyone
> care to share an opinion on this subject? I have a
> pair of winter riding boots that are tall, English
> style and I really like them. They are comfortable
> and I like the way they look. But I'm wondering
> about summer time - would a pair of English style
> tall leather boots be as comfortable as a pair of
> paddocks and half-chaps???? Any thoughts? It seems
> that in terms of price, either set up is comparable,
> I'm wondering about comfort on long rides.
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- [RC] English boots v. paddocks and half-chaps, Lysane Cree