Whats a good tall winter equestrian boot for barn work and schooling?

Iam possibly getting a job at a stable and prefer to work in tall boots... whats a good boot? Obviously I dont want to spend a lot, theyre just for mucking and possibly a few lessons. I have an almost 15" calf width BTW...

Asked By: Rationality is lost - 10/30/2008
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I know you like tall boots but check out the Ariat Glacier boots anyways just cuz they are AMAZING. Actually I think they make them as tall boots too I just don't know if they are as good but the paddock glacier boots are the best--My feet are toasty warm within the first 5 minutes after I put them on its GREAT. I... More
Answered By: Dana - 10/30/2008
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I would go with a rubber tall boot. I have I believe a Ovation boot. It is rubber with a heel. It is good for mucking out and riding and also poo rinses off easily
Answered By: horse360 - 10/30/2008
If you want an actual riding boot I'd go with Mountain Horse... I had a pair, loved them, and eventually had to throw them away they were so worn out :( When I ride in the winter I use my Ariat tall boots with thermal socks. The only problem is that they are not waterproof. I also have Cabellas I really like them... More
Answered By: Arashi - 10/30/2008
I would actually just go to target or fleet farm or something and buy some rain boots. They are a lot cheaper than equine boots, and if you need them to be sturdy for muck work then they will do the job. Plus, they come in many colors, and are pretty much no different than equine purpose rubber boots. Trust me they... More
Answered By: Lauren - 10/30/2008
Yeah - we sell Mountain Horse boots and Ariat boots - both which come in insulated models for winter work. People like these the best out of any we've stocked and they keep coming back for them.
Answered By: buffy - 10/30/2008
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