A solid pair of boots is arguably the most important part of a rider’s apparel. They protect the feet in and out of the saddle, in the barn or stable, and in the pasture, in all kinds of weather. Since you’ll be wearing them all the time, doesn’t it make sense for them to be comfortable?
Of course, the boots you wear will depend on how and where you’ll be using them. There’s the classic Western boot, or cowboy boot, tough enough for riding but detailed to look great. Leather is common, but you can also get them in snakeskin, alligator, even hippo. The tall English field boot has a shorter heel, and goes up to just below the knee, in elegant leather, complemented by show riding apparel. The shorter paddock boot is also popular, due to its being practical for everyday use. And for working around the stall, you’ll want a good pair of rubber muck boots to withstand all the dirt and grime. Make sure they’re waterproof, too–to protect your feet from more than just water.
Whatever style of boot you want, we have all the best footwear options available. And if you’re just looking for an everyday shoe, we have those too.