When formal riding boots are not necessary, choose from the wide selection of jodhpur boots from Horze. Styles include traditional jodhpur boots with a simple slip on design, or styles featuring a convenient back or front zipper for even more ease. These boots paired with half chaps are great for schooling and lessons as there are no laces that could get in the way or look messy. If you prefer the look of a field boot, try short Jodhpur boots with attractive laces and a back zip for easy on/off action. Traditional lace up Jodhpur boots look great too and allow for added adjustments at the foot and ankle.
Pair our classic jodhpur boots for kids with half chaps so your child can enjoy the same great look as their teachers and trainers. Riding jodhpur boots can even be worn as street wear or around the stable. The low cut style of these versatile boots can be worn alone with half chaps for the look of long riding boots while still offering the comfort of a shoe. Whatever your personal preference, whether it's a zipper, pull-on or a lace-up style, Horze has the perfect pair for you.
You only wanted to check on your horse in the stable, but now you feel like riding? With riding shoes you are well prepared for spontaneous rides. Riding shoes can be worn comfortably in the stable and also provide the necessary safety while riding. The usually ankle-high riding shoes are real all-rounders and an ideal complement to the classic riding boots.
Every rider knows that a 'short' visit to the stable can quickly get out of hand, so comfortable shoes at the stable are a must. Better still if these shoes are also suitable for riding. Riding shoes differ from normal stable shoes in that they have a heel, which provides the necessary security and prevents the shoe from slipping in the stirrup. In addition, thanks to the heel, you can easily combine the shoes with chaps. Water-repellent outer material makes the shoes the perfect companion when mucking out or on rainy days. They are also easy to clean. Riding shoes are available with zips, laces or as slip-on models. Lined styles keep your feet warm in winter. You can find shoes from Ariat, Muck Boot, Mountain Horse and others.
Jodhpur boots are a casual and affordable alternative to long riding boots. When combined with half chaps or leather gaiters, they are just as effective as classic riding boots.
Riding ankle boots are available with laces or zip fastening, or in pull-on styles with elastic inserts. Of course, there are also lined and waterproof styles to keep you warm and dry in winter.
Riding Jodhpur boots are both practical and versatile. Wear them to your dressage lesson, when walking around the paddock or even when cleaning out the stable - you'll be far more comfortable in these than in long riding boots.
When buying Jodhpur boots, you should pay attention to optimal fit and comfort, as you are going to be spending many hours in the saddle wearing them.
In the long run, good workmanship, high quality leather and a good finish will always pay off. The fastening options - with zip, lacing or without - are also a factor that you should consider based on your personal preferences, so that you can enjoy your riding boots to the fullest.
Last but not least, the look is also important. For example, you can choose between brown or black leather and match your riding ankle boots to your saddle or bridle.
Jodhpur boots are a casual and affordable alternative to classic riding boots. They should be suitable for winter riding, as long as the following two conditions are met.
The boots should feature a warm inner lining, made of natural or artificial sheepskin, fleece, etc.. This will help keep your feet warm, both in the saddle and while at the stable. A water-repellent or waterproof upper is also important for keeping your feet dry during the winter. As long as your Jodhpur riding boots feature both of the above, they will get you through the winter without any problems.
On warm summer days in particular, shoes or ankle boots are more comfortable to wear than boots. Leather riding shoes or boots tend to be more breathable than synthetic footwear. However, they tend to be much more expensive and require more care to keep them looking their best. Whether this is worth the effort depends on how often and how long you plan on wearing your shoes. Shoes and Jodhpur boots are also suitable for stable work and for taking animals to and from the pasture. If you want to use the shoes for these tasks, they should be as hard-wearing as possible and easy to clean.
Riding shoes have one important feature that distinguishes them from street or stable shoes - their heel. The heel is an absolute must for any type of riding shoe, as it prevents the foot from slipping through the stirrup.
This heel is also important if you want to combine your riding shoes with half chaps. The foot strap of the chaps is held in place by the heel.
This means that you can always wear any riding shoes with half chaps, as long as they have a heel.
As well as the classic riding boots and Jodhpur boots, there are now more and more specialist riding shoes. Riding shoes can, for example, be sturdy shoes made of leather, with a laces or a zip fastener; they are also available in a faux leather version, which has a somewhat sportier look, or as riding sneakers or trainers.
The most important feature of any riding shoe is the heel, which is essential to prevent your foot from slipping through the stirrup and getting caught. Riding shoes should also provide enough support and feel comfortable. As long as these conditions are met, you can choose from a wide range of riding shoes.