Winter Boots for the Equestrian
Winter is well and truly here and you may now be turning your thoughts to finding a new stable yard boot that’s warm, supportive, durable AND affordable.
Here we take a look at a selection of our favourite yard boots as well as the newer winter 2017 designs now available from some of the equestrian industry’s best loved brands.
Tried and Tested
Grubs Highline Boots
We rated these boots ♥♥♥♥♥ 5/5
The Grubs Highline boot is a more classical shape and cut from the standard Grub Boot design, yet they are still traditional in the approach of being a sustainable yard boot.
The boot is fully waterproof with adjustable gussets for different calf sizes. From the minute you put the boots on they feel supportive, warm and snug; they also slip easily on and off with ease (handy when in a rush!).
The HEXZORB insert is designed for shock absorption meaning it is well cushioned making the boots very comfortable to wear for long periods of time. There’s a quirky ‘duck’ patterned inner design and a Nitrocell sole, which assists with insulation.
The outer sole has a TRACK pattern meaning the boots offer excellent grip in mud and snow.
Our overall opinion – A very supportive, durable and comfortable boot with an affordable price tag.
Available in green or mahogany.
Derwent II Wellington Boot
Classic and versatile boot from the Muck Boot Company. Mesh lining to allow the feet to breath and 100% waterproof.
4mm CR flex foam upper.
Reinforced toe and ankle.
Unisex Spanish Riding Boots
A sturdy welted rubber sole with grip lines for extra ‘stickibility’ around the yard.
Wear in or out of the saddle.
Stylish yet practical.
Toggi WINNIPEG Riding Boots
New from Toggi, the Winnipeg riding boot handmade boot has an anatomic moulded foot bed with a shock absorbing insole.
Elasticated gusset with strap and buckle.