Keep your balance with the right horse riding boot

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The right fit

  • Always try boots on before buying them.
  • You should be able to wiggle your toes when you try them on.
  • Walk around in the boots to make sure they fit comfortably and don’t rub anywhere, even if it’s just walking back and forth in front of a mirror.
  • Wear the boots for at least an hour before making any purchasing decisions, as they may feel fine at first but then become uncomfortable after wearing them for too long.

The right heel

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Right style

The right style of riding boot depends on what type of riding you’re doing. Different styles are made for different purposes, so it’s important to choose the right one for your needs. Here are some common examples:

  • The gaucho boots are a riding style that originated in Argentina and Uruguay, and is also beloved by other South American countries such as Chile and Brazil. These boots are characterized by their tall rubber heels and soft leather uppers that feel comfortable on your feet during long rides. Their high-top design makes them easy to slip into while still keeping out debris like mud or stones from getting inside your boot, which can cause discomfort on long rides when left unchecked!
  • For those who prefer more traditional English styles while they ride, we have several options available at our store including Hunters (also called “Jodhpurs”), Derbys (known as “Cordovan” style) or Chelseas (made with smooth leather).

Focus on comfort

Your feet should feel comfortable and supported. You’re going to be in the saddle for a while, so it’s important to make sure they feel good on the horse. The best way to know if your boot fits is if you can wiggle your toes inside of it comfortably. If they are cramped or bunched up, then it’s too tight and needs to be exchanged for one that fits better. Also, make sure there isn’t any space between your heel and the back of the boot—the heel should fit snugly inside without moving around too much or feeling loose at all.

Your foot should also not slide around inside its place; if this happens then you might need an even tighter fit or smaller size shoe altogether!

The right durability

  • The right durability

If you’re a recreational rider, the most durable boots are probably not your best option. In fact, they may be more of a hindrance than anything else. These boots are made to withstand harsh conditions and ensure that your foot remains secure in the stirrup. However, these features can make it difficult for you when trying to adjust your balance while riding on a well-trained horse with good manners!

The most appropriate boot is one that offers just enough protection from the elements but allows for ease of movement as well. This means that many people find themselves transitioning between different types of riding boots throughout their lives rather than sticking with one type forever.

You will stay safe with the right boot.

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