Riding Boots

Riding Boots

Long boots are an English riding tradition and include both field and dress styles. Knee-high boots come in leather, rubber or synthetic combinations to suit every taste.
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Women's Leather Field Riding Boots
RRP -41%
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Horze

Women's Leather Field Riding Boots

€99.95
RRP: €169.95
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Horze Women's Waterproof Country Boots with Faux Fur Lining
RRP -43%
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Women's Waterproof Country Boots with Faux Fur Lining

€84.95
RRP: €149.00
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Muck Boot Ladies Arctic Ice AG Tall
RRP -10%

Muck Boot

Ladies Arctic Ice AG Tall

€189.00
RRP: €210.00
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Horze Aspen Women's Winter Tall Boots Horze Aspen Women's Winter Tall Boots
RRP -14%
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Aspen Women's Winter Tall Boots

€189.00
RRP: €219.00
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Horze Billie Women's Winter Rubber Jodhpur Boots with Print
RRP -50%

Horze

Billie Women's Winter Rubber Jodhpur Boots with Print

€27.47
RRP: €54.95
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Horze Polar Women's Thermo Tall Boots
RRP -21%

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Polar Women's Thermo Tall Boots

€54.95
RRP: €69.95
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Horze Faux Leather Riding Boots with Shiny Details Horze Faux Leather Riding Boots with Shiny Details
RRP -30%
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Faux Leather Riding Boots with Shiny Details

€89.95
RRP: €129.00
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Horze Duvall Women's Leather Tall Boots
RRP -9%

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Duvall Women's Leather Tall Boots

€199.00
RRP: €219.00
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Horze Rover Tall Field Boots Horze Rover Tall Field Boots
RRP -16%

Horze

Rover Tall Field Boots

€99.95
RRP: €119.00
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Horze Rover Tall Dressage Boots
RRP -8%

Horze

Rover Tall Dressage Boots

€119.00
RRP: €129.00
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Horze Winslow Genuine Leather Tall Boots
RRP -18%

Horze

Winslow Genuine Leather Tall Boots

€229.00
RRP: €279.00
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Muck Boot Arctic Sport II Woman Tall
RRP -10%

Muck Boot

Arctic Sport II Woman Tall

€125.91
RRP: €139.90
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Suedwind Footwear Jodhpur Winter

Suedwind Footwear

Jodhpur Winter

€64.90
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Ariat Palisade Women's Tall Riding Boots Ariat Palisade Women's Tall Riding Boots
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Ariat

Palisade Women's Tall Riding Boots

€330.00
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Mountain Horse Veganza Riding Boots

Mountain Horse

Veganza Riding Boots

€179.00
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Horze Chamonix Women's Winter Leather Jodhpur Boots
RRP -8%

Horze

Chamonix Women's Winter Leather Jodhpur Boots

€119.00
RRP: €129.00
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NEW Dublin Arderin Tall Field Boots

Dublin

NEW Arderin Tall Field Boots

€229.00
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Horze Rover Winter Tall Boots
up to -30% (RRP)

Horze

Rover Winter Tall Boots

From €90.30
RRP: €129.00
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Horze Rover Kids Winter Field Boots
RRP -16%

Horze

Rover Kids Winter Field Boots

€99.95
RRP: €119.00
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Suedwind Footwear Legacy Venado Merino Women's Tall Boots Suedwind Footwear Legacy Venado Merino Women's Tall Boots
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Legacy Venado Merino Women's Tall Boots

€299.00
Horze Burton Thermo Tall Boots
RRP -30%

Horze

Burton Thermo Tall Boots

€118.30
RRP: €169.00
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Horze Palermo Rubber Jodhpur Boots
RRP -20%

Horze

Palermo Rubber Jodhpur Boots

€39.95
RRP: €49.95
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Mountain Horse Vermont Lace Paddock Boots

Mountain Horse

Vermont Lace Paddock Boots

€149.00
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Finntack Elite Winter Driving Shoes

Finntack

Elite Winter Driving Shoes

€99.95
Muck Boot Muckmaster High sporting boots
RRP -10%

Muck Boot

Muckmaster High sporting boots

€129.60
RRP: €144.00
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Mountain Horse Aurora Winter Paddock

Mountain Horse

Aurora Winter Paddock

€189.00
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Horze Genève Women's Leather Tall Boots
RRP -14%

Horze

Genève Women's Leather Tall Boots

€189.00
RRP: €219.00
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HV Polo Glaslynn Glam Boots

HV Polo

Glaslynn Glam Boots

€69.95
Mountain Horse Snow River Jodhpur Boots

Mountain Horse

Snow River Jodhpur Boots

€179.00
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Jacson Riding Boots Aspen
RRP -25%

Jacson

Riding Boots Aspen

€104.25
RRP: €139.00
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Tonics Stardust Frost

Tonics

Stardust Frost

€239.00
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Snowy River paddock

Mountain Horse

Snowy River paddock

€199.00
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Harry's Horse Jodhpur Narvik

Harry's Horse

Jodhpur Narvik

From €109.95
RRP: €119.95
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Suedwind Footwear IceLock Merino FZ

Suedwind Footwear

IceLock Merino FZ

€159.00
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Mountain Horse Snowy River Lace

Mountain Horse

Snowy River Lace

€199.00
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Suedwind Footwear Footwear New Work Winter Jodhpur Suedwind Footwear Footwear New Work Winter Jodhpur
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Footwear New Work Winter Jodhpur

€139.00
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Mountain Horse Serenade Riding Boots

Mountain Horse

Serenade Riding Boots

€399.00
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Tattini Retriever High Boots

Tattini

Retriever High Boots

€400.00
Dublin Galtymore Tall Dress Boots
up to -10% (RRP)

Dublin

Galtymore Tall Dress Boots

From €332.10
RRP: €369.00
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Horze Verona Women's Tall Boots Horze Verona Women's Tall Boots
RRP -19%

Horze

Verona Women's Tall Boots

€129.00
RRP: €159.00
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B Vertigo Vega Women's Field Tall Boots B Vertigo Vega Women's Field Tall Boots
RRP -30%

B Vertigo

Vega Women's Field Tall Boots

€223.30
RRP: €319.00
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Muck Boot Arctic Apres Winter boots
RRP -10%

Muck Boot

Arctic Apres Winter boots

€112.41
RRP: €124.90
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Tall horse riding boots from Horze are available in many gorgeous styles.

A lovely pair of lace-up field boots is the perfect addition to any rider’s tack room. Wear these traditional, classically-styled horse riding boots for show or schooling and feel secure and stable in the saddles. Horze field boots come with pre-tied laces and zip-up backs for the perfect fit and most attractive look. If dressage or dress boots are your more your style, we offer elegant tall horse riding boots with a back zip too. These classic, usually black riding boots are preferred by many for dressage or hunting. Long horse riding boots are crafted from soft, supple leather, synthetic leather and even rubber. Choose the right pair for your budget and taste.

Knee-high riding boots are designed for a traditional look with ultimate comfort.

Riding boots should fit well and the classic knee-high boot should be tall enough to reach the back of the knee. When the rider is seated in the saddle, these boots provide proper comfort, grip on the barrel of the horse, and protection from stirrup leathers. Properly fitted knee-high boots offer traditional equestrian appearance while maintaining full function and stability, which is why we offer both regular and wide calf riding boots. Find the perfect pair of long riding boots from the extensive Horze collection. We also have riding boots for kids in stock.

The right riding boots for you should be chosen based on the kind of riding you want to do. If you have show ambitions and are not a western rider, you should get leather riding boots. They are more expensive than rubber boots and require more care, but they offer more support for the leg and facilitate targeted control. You should only buy dressage boots if you want to compete in dressage competitions. They have a longer shaft than jumping boots and the leather is stiffer. This means that the leg lies better and more smoothly against the horse's body. However, these boots, especially when they are new, are extremely uncomfortable and really only suitable for dressage riding.

Jumping boots, which you can also use for military riding, have a shorter shaft and are made of softer leather. This makes them more comfortable and you can also ride with shorter stirrups. They are also suitable for recreational riders who do not want to buy rubber boots.

 

Boots are safer for riding because their smooth surface prevents them from getting caught in the stirrups. This applies to all boots, not just horse riding boots. This is why beginners are often advised to wear normal rain boots or wellies for their first riding lessons. Riding boots made of leather provide additional support for the leg. This leads to calmer and better control.

Another aspect is appearance: riding is a rather traditional sport. When participating in competitions, horse riding boots are also important for visual reasons - especially in dressage. If you don't want to spend so much on boots, boots made of synthetic material are a good choice. Visually, they are often hardly distinguishable from leather boots. However, they do not support the leg as well because the synthetic material is softer than leather.

 

If the boots are rubber boots, it is best to buy new riding boots for wide calf. It is not worth having these boots altered. For leather riding boots, as long as they are not too old it is worthwhile having either elastic inserts or zips fitted. These can be inserted at either the back or the front of the boots, though they are obviously more inconspicuous at the back. You can choose between short or long zips that run down the entire shaft of the boot. You will need to have this work done in a specialist shop. It's not cheap, but it's still cheaper than buying new leather boots. If you have zips fitted, you should choose the long version. It also makes it easier to put on the boots.

 

In normal leather or rubber boots, the feet quickly freeze in winter. This spoils the fun of riding and is also harmful to health in the long run. Winter riding boots, which are often also called thermal riding boots, provide a solution. They are made of synthetic material or leather and have a warming inner layer of wool, fleece or sheepskin. This warm lining naturally makes the boots tighter, so you usually have to order one size larger when buying winter riding boots.

Most styles also have a non-slip, treaded sole that allows you to move around safely even on ice and snow. As a rule, these boots are also waterproof or at least water-repellent. They are not only suitable for riding in winter, but also for stable work or dog walking.

Almost everyone will answer this question differently. In all cases, quality materials and proper workmanship are important. For beginners and occasional riders, rubber riding boots are usually sufficient, as they are inexpensive and easy to care for. They can also be used for stable work. Western riders usually use western boots. There is a wide range in terms of colour, design and material.

Ambitious leisure riders and competition riders will prefer leather riding boots. As these are relatively expensive, you should take your time when choosing boots and think carefully beforehand about what your priorities are. You can jump or go for a casual ride in dressage boots with long stirrups, but that would be neither sensible nor comfortable. On the other hand, with shorter jumping boots you can easily get caught on the saddle flap of a dressage saddle.

In winter you will quickly get cold feet in leather boots. Winter riding boots may be too bulky for you and offer too little contact with the horse's body. In that case you can switch to winter riding boots together with chaps. Chaps are not as warm as lined boots, but they offer better contact with the horse's body. This should be a good trade-off, as your legs usually don't get as cold as your feet while riding.

Winter riding boots are available in a wide range of materials. If you choose a model made of synthetic leather or plastic, you can also wear these shoes for stable work without any problems. Without the chaps, they are also suitable for country walks with your horse, your dog, or even on your own.

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