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Re: [RC] Wet weather riding boots..suggestions?? - Glenda R. Snodgrass

good job of keeping most of my body dry but my riding shoes were water 
buckets. I'd love to get some advice from anyone who has found a good 
WATERPROOF riding shoe/boot that can fit in a stirrup and also provide 
arch and ankle support for those hill hikes.

I have a pair of lightweight Vasque hiking boots with Gore-Tex lining that
fit all those requirements -- good arch support (this is a real problem
for me), good ankle support, and totally waterproof.  I've walked through
many small streams in them and my feet always stay dry.  They easily and
comfortably fit into EZ Rider and Trail Tech stirrups, will just barely
fit into an English iron.  I don't know the exact model I have, they're
pretty old and probably discontinued by now anyway, but I bought them very
reasonably from Campmor (www.campmor.com) in a closeout.  

Glenda R. Snodgrass

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