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  1. #161
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    Look who FINALLY got the message that there is a demand on this side of the pond for brown boots:
    http://www.doversaddlery.com/t/Product.aspx?p=X1-380349
    lol that's my review on the page....but I bought these less than two weeks ago and I am IN LOVE. Trying to sell my Tredsteps and get these boots in black as well.

    They have broken in so easily and they are comfortable. I can actually walk around in these. Beautiful color. Fit like a glove too. I have a couple of pics (besides the one in the review on Dover) to help show the fit if anyone wants to see.
    A Moments Worth - "Chance" - 1990 Chestnut OTTB
    King Creole - "Milo" - 2006 Bay Appendix QH



  2. #162
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    This COTH, pics are an absolute necessary thing!!!



  3. #163
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    jawa....here you go! The color is a bit off in the pics b/c the sun was setting, but you can see the lovely fit of them

    PS...My little brother is not very good at taking pictures. I would think all 15 year olds can work a camera phone pretty good....but not him apparently lol

    http://i687.photobucket.com/albums/v...psazk15sxl.jpg

    http://i687.photobucket.com/albums/v...psbd4bi4y5.jpg

    http://i687.photobucket.com/albums/v...psvi019bsu.jpg

    http://i687.photobucket.com/albums/v...ps2a3a6200.png
    A Moments Worth - "Chance" - 1990 Chestnut OTTB
    King Creole - "Milo" - 2006 Bay Appendix QH



  4. #164
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hinderella View Post
    I picked up a pair of brown dress boots on eBay (Marlboroughs, an English brand). I plan to use them just for hacking about, but I bet some hunts would allow them for ratcatcher.
    Brown field boots are more traditional, but yes, brown field -or- dress boots are equally acceptable for informal cubbing/autumn hunting, even in the most fashion-policing of hunts.
    Cherry Blossom Farm - Show & Field Hunters, Side Saddles



  5. #165
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    Thanks Sidesaddlerider! The boots are very comfortable, so I don't mind using them for practice, but I think they'll polish up nicely next fall, too.



  6. #166
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    King Creole,
    Thanks for the photos. They seem like they have a very good fit. Yeah for you!!


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