Paddock Boot Recommendations

Discussion in 'The Corral' started by Mstar, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. Mstar

    Mstar New Member

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    Since the super glue on my Ariats is finally not enough to hold them together, I figure I'd better invest in a new pair. I'm not too happy with the Ariats, the ones I've had don't seem to last long. I need something super comfortable since I wear them all day, preferably waterproof, really durable, and under $150(cheaper the better;-) Any recommendations as far as brands go?
     
  2. TwistedWire

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    Shoot...I was going to suggest Ariat Terrains...I absolutely love mine. They feel like tennies to me, and they have a spur rest ;)
     

  3. darkhorse

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    Try Blundstones. Mine have been through hell and back and are still in great shape. They are really comfy, too.
     
  4. Mstar

    Mstar New Member

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    Haha, my Terrains lasted 3 months before they tore!
     
  5. desederada

    desederada New Member

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    I haven't tried them but I've heard good things about the Mountain Horse boots.
     
  6. Dusty

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    Blunnies all the way!!! I absolutely love mine!
     
  7. Mstar

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    Do they make lace up Blundstones?
     
  8. desederada

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    I tried the pull on Blundstone but they ran way to wide for my narrow foot.
     
  9. desederada

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  10. Mstar

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    Figures. I have Gumby ankles so I need lace ups
     
  11. mrponies

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    I tried a pair of Mt. Horse zip back boots....left huge bloody blisters. I called the company, they said that shouldn't happen. I returned them and they gave me a refund.
     
  12. Dusty

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    Blundstone does have some lace up boots www.blundstone.com
    My feet are wide, which is why I tried Blundstones in the first place, and they do tend to be a bit generous in width.