Boots are an important part of Equestrian Clothing and need to be comfortable, whether you're working around the yard or riding. Saxon and Dublin Boots offer a quality range, including Yard, Jodhpur, Wellingtons, Pinnacle and River Boots, and in a range of sizes.
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Wearing boots around the yard is so much more practical than wearing any other form of footwear. Sometimes, more often than not, the weather can be wet, leaving the ground muddy. Normal trainers or other kinds of footwear may not be waterproof like boots, and it can ruin them and leave you with wet, uncomfortable feet.
When it comes to the Equestrian world, there are numerous different types of boots to take into consideration. Each pair is designed for a different occasion and a different event, from trudging around in the mud and stables, to riding in a competition and looking your best.
The most popular type of boots are the Dublin Wellington boots. These are waterproof and comfortable, and come in numerous different colours and designs. Wellington boots are the favoured footwear for slogging around in muddy fields and doing jobs like mucking out. Another type is the yard boot. These are similar to Wellingtons in that they are comfortable and will ensure that your feet remain dry. But yard boots are designed for work, where as Wellingtons may become a hindrance to some. Yard boots also have a deeper grip on the sole for maximum grip no matter how muddy.
Jodhpur boots are designed to be comfortable when you ride. They are also popular with growing children as they are cheap when compared to tall boots. For the tall boot look, people wear half chaps that cover the calf and often prefer these to wearing tall boots.
Tall boots are mainly worn for competition riding. They finish off that professional look when wearing Jodhpurs and a competition jacket. When riding in a competition, not only are you judged on your horse's performance and how you ride, but also your appearance.
These boots are just a few of the different designs that are available. Each pair can benefit you in ways that another pair can't. You can't look your best in competitions when wearing Wellingtons or yard boots, and your feet may suffer when you work all day in the yard wearing your competition boots.