My daughter is planning on wearing my Dublins which are waterproof and relatively warm but somewhat too big for her. I told her to walk around in them and make sure they are ok otherwise we will go buy her some rain boots before we go. I just know she is going to wear them for two minutes, say they won't work and try to get me to buy $500 boots at the trade fair. Uh, no.
Once again, I brought my $19 TSC rubber boots. And, once again, I'll linger in front of the Dubarry booth...sigh
"Everyone will start to cheer, when you put on your sailin shoes"-Lowell George
I didn't realize how cold and windy it was at the first horse inspection. I had no gloves, and by the end of the first half hour, my hands were so numb I couldn't adjust the dials on my camera! SO COLD! Hope tomorrow is better...
“Always saddle your own horse. Always know what you’re doing. And go in the direction you are heading.” Connie Reeves Jump Start Solutions LLC
My experience....footwear key to comfort and quality of Rolex experience. Shoes must be waterproof, supportive, comfortable and you have to be able to wear them for about 24 hours straight. Rubber boots usually end up after about 12 hours being a horrid torture....my Ariat terrains are my choice and I waterproof them before I go....and I fly so I pack them or yes unlace and take them off and put them back on again in the security line....oh and I muck stalls in them and ride in them....yes they smell, yes, I have had comments. Why yes I was born in a barn.