Boots designed for horseback riding or other equestrian activities that are usually knee high and made of leather. Although they originally were designed with heels to prevent the boots from slipping out of the stirrup, modern riding boots usually have low heels. Recently the style has been used in fashion boots, which generally have no functional value, but offer a similar look and feel.
Clarks Nikki Midtown Comfortable and stylish.
March 19, 2013
Reviewer: gmamel from Afton, MN
As is typical for Clarks shoes, these boots are very comfortable. The leather has an interesting texture and the topstitching adds a nice decorative touch. For those with narrow calves, these boots are pretty generous in that area leaving a gap of several inches. This isn't a big issue for me and might be good to know for women with wider calves.
Wears this shoe: Casual outings, shopping.
Etienne Aigner Chip Very happy.
March 16, 2013
Reviewer: Eileen from Ledyard, Ct.
I have been looking for brown leather booths that were affordable for several years. So happy I have found them!
Wears this shoe: Offen.
Clarks Ingalls Delaware Beautiful Boots
March 09, 2013
Reviewer: Annie from Southern CA
I bought these boots in the gray, and love them! They are so comfortable. The leather is soft and I like that it is a darker gray color. I have nothing but praise for these wonderful boots!
Wears this shoe: I wear these to work, and with a pair of jeans on weekends.
Muck Boots Brit Colt All Condtions Riding Boot BCT-000A garbage boots
March 03, 2013
Reviewer: naturelover from pa
I bought these boots because I was tired of constantly replacing my cheap rain boots ever few months. I figured these would last a long time and the high price tag would be worth it. Boy, was I wrong. They lasted me about 7-8 months. And I wasn't wearing them often or doing any tough farm work because shortly after buying them I found out I was pregnant it when my belly got bigger these things were impossible to get off. I thought they were too clunky and heavy to horse ride in them and uncomfortable to drive with these things on. So, after a few months of light wear they both, not just one boot, developed cracks right across the toe area where the boots bends when you step. I walked into the creek one day and both feet got wet. I was super mad. What a waist of money. I bought Bogs and I have had them for almost as year and they help up so far to a lot more abuse. I will never buy Muck boots again. I sent company pictures of the cracks in my boots and nothing.
Wears this shoe: outdoors
Aerosoles With Pride Worth it!
February 26, 2013
Reviewer: TS from Brooklyn NY
Agree with others that the calf is rather wide! But very comfortable, I have been wearing them several times a week w/skirts and w/leggings. Better than other Aerosoles products I have purchased, which can be quite narrow.
Wears this shoe: Work, out for dinner.