4 Comments

  1. Arshad

    There is not much information over horse riding shoes on internet but I find you have very insight knowledge over the subject. Your website will be very useful for the audience who are engaged in horse riding. I have plans to visit again to see your new posts as well. Keep up the great writing!

    • Martina

      Hey Arshad!

      Thank you for your positive feedback. I definitely agree with you that there isn’t enough information on the internet about equestrianism. I’m hoping that I can put some information together for anyone who is interested. Also when I was buying my riding equipment, I would just depend on the Amazon reviews or try and sort out what I thought looked the best at the tack store.

      Tack stores are very intimidating when you’re young and have no idea what you’re looking for. But luckily, I’ve learned a great deal since then and hopefully I can save others the same hassle!

      I hope you’ve learned something new about choosing riding boots!

      Cheers,
      Martina

  2. Matt's Mom

    Great information on horseback riding boots. I really didn’t know that there was so much that you need to consider when purchasing boots for horseback riding. I have a good friend who is a barrel racer and she had all that gear. I purchased a pair so I could ride with her, but they were the most uncomfortable boots ever. Guess I did not get the right pair.

    • Martina

      Hi there!

      For barrel racing, your friend probably went with cowboy boots. These are a little bit different to pick out than English riding boots as they don’t need to be quite as fitted.

      If you’re interested, you can always read more here about the differences between Western and English riding gear!

      But definitely, boots should be comfortable either way like Ariat paddock boots, which personally I think every woman should own if they are even considering riding.

      Definitely be sure to dig a little deeper next time before you purchase a pair. Or use the tip I mentioned of trying it out in store and then ordering it cheaper online! 🙂

      Cheers,
      Martina

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