Riding Boots: 40 Picks
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We've come a long way from where we began. Because we began with booties. You know, ankle boots. Those very short boots that some people just can't seem to understand ("those are supposed to keep you warm??").
And then we moved on to midi boots. Which add a bit of additional warmth when compared with ankle boots. Because of their few additional inches in length. And because of their hotness factor. (Get it?? The "hotness" factor promotes additional warmth. Notice I didn't say "coolness" factor).
And then we also covered lace-up boots. Which came in all different lengths - short, medium, tall, and extra tall. Resulting in varying degrees of warmth conduction. And that usage of the word 'conduction' may or may not make sense.
And now? Now we're dealing with tall boots. But not just any tall boots. Tall riding boots. 40 of them. 40 awesome pairs of riding boots. All reasonably priced. Almost none of the riding boots are above $300. Almost. And many are under $200. Some of these riding boots are even under $100. But not too many of them.
Most of these riding boots come in regular calf width sizes (approximately 15-16 inches in circumference). A few, however, are perfect for the gals with the narrow calves (14 inches and under). And the rest of these riding boots are stretch boots. Which stretch to fit any calf size.
On a completely unrelated note, life lesson: