Riding boots have a continuous sole and are part of the driver’s standard equipment. They are made of materials such as leather, rubber and PVC. High-quality leather riding boots lie close to the leg and offer a secure hold in the saddle.
materials and sole
A riding boot is unique
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Existing shoe specially designed for equestrian sport. A special feature of a riding boot is the continuous sole. Other street or sports shoes, on the other hand, consist of several different sole parts.
However, the soles attached to riding boots prevent dangerous hooking into the saddle’s stirrup, which can result in serious injury.
Different boots for different disciplines
The choice of shoes should also be paid in the different equestrian disciplines.
- Dressage riding boots have a very soft and thin inside,
so that the best possible contact with the horse’s body can be established.
- However, the shoe for show jumping is consistently softer from the shaft,
because it should guarantee more mobility. These boots are also popular when hunting foxes in open terrain as their fit protects the legs from branches and thorns. In addition, there is
Western riding boots usually have a 3/4 high shaft, as they are based on cowboy boots.
However, if you prefer to take part in hiking tours, ankle boots are ideal for longer tours. They are considered a combination of riding boots and hiking boots and only have a low shaft height.