Rated 3 out of 5 by Patty Fashion only
I am eally rough on my stuff. I work daily with my animals. These boots won't cut it if you are a true farm girl. I bought them for fashion only. I found them wide in the heel and short in the toe. I think that is why people are complaining about the interior falling apart. I went up a half size than my Ariats. Nice looking boot. If you want a true muck boot, get a full rubber boot for fraction of the cost. Ride English in these? You will blow the calf apart due to all the stitching and definately wear the interior out.
December 26, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Mary NOT Sastisfied
I have only had these boots for 4 months. I finally got the chance to use them in a river as advertised and they LEAKED!!! I had wet feet the rest of my trail ride.
June 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cowgirl A Must Have!
These boots are AMAZING! I got them for my birthday and love them! I am a true size 7 and thats what i got and they fit perfectly! I use them when i ride English and western! They look great and feel great! I can use them for all my barn chores and they are still in great condition! I LOVE these boots!
May 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Crimson Valley Stables So let me tell ya...
I had been looking at these for quite some time and decided to get a pair just to see for myself. Very well made. The heel is not quite as high as the picture shows. That's a plus for me. I feel that they are made true to size, but very roomy.. i.e., I had to add extra insoles and wear heavy socks to take up the room. However, the length is accuarate.
The only problem that i've found is that they will pull your socks to your toes as you walk unles you tuck your socks in your jeans or breeches. Other than that....yea
December 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hara Hey all
Some say they are cheaply made, theres a newer version of these and they have no problems.
September 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by ky gurl ????
MY mother has the padock boots and she loves them i realy want these but are they worth the money? Don't realy want 2 pay twice more for the galways and i think these look beter .
What should i do?
June 25, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Heather good and bad
I love these boots, but also agree with a lot of the other reviewers here. Although they are comfortable once on, they quickly wear down inside the heal area and are difficult to get on. I also have had trouble with the slouching around my calf and often have to pull them up. The laces help some.
I love to ride in them though and they are comfortable for all day wear. Fit great in my stirrups - english or western. I would buy them again if the price were a little lower.
November 20, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anjelica Thought it would be better
This boot was really nice in the beggining it was comfy,didn't leak,and was warm.But as I wore them for about 4 months about twice a week but all day the inside wore out.There was a hole made right on the heel which was not a big deal for warmth or comfort but getting the boots off took forever cause my heel would get stuck.I stopped using them after that but after my ariat paddock boots crapped out I had nothing so I started using these again I ended up cutting the hole and making it bigger so I could get the boots on and off quicker and now they are great boots.I do really like the style of them and the boot itself is nice I just had that small problem with them.Although I would think for the almost $200 you spend on them the inside should have stronger intirior.I got mine at a tack shop actually but I wanted to review them on here so people know what they are getting into.I got mine 40% off so I was not as mad,But I did put 5*'s for pet approval because I can ride in these and I can use my seat annd legs without super clunky boots and my horse likes that he is also a 4 year old who likes to chew on the strings and so do his friends when I am taking pictures of him lol.Overall I like them and would buy them again but I would only want to spend about $100-$120 on them.Oh and the outside has lasted great and I don't have problems with leaks and we get alot of snow up here.
December 9, 2009