Mountain Horse Stella Polaris Winter Boot

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Product Summary:

 
Mountain Horse® Ladies' Stella Polaris Winter Boot
 
Fashionably chic as well as functional, meticulously designed for a comfortable fit and superior traction on ice and snow.  The durable, quilted PU upper boasts membrane technology making this boot 100% waterproof up to the start of the zipper.  Heat insulating faux fur to keep legs, feet and toes warm. 
  • Strong and durable YKK® zipper in the back makes the boot easy to put on and take off. 
  • Unique side elastic for an individual fit. 
  • Reflective inserts along back of boot for night riding. 
  • Ergonomically designed removable EVA insole with soft Nylex lining. 
  • Built-in steel shank for increased stability while walking or riding. 
  • Faux leather foot part is waterproof and has been tested to withstand one million flexes in -10° weather. 
  • Specially slim and contoured designed outsole made especially for riding. 
  • Dirt repellent tread zones on bottom of sole enhance grip in the stirrup. 
  • Heel part is fitted with shock absorbing IPS system. 
  • Material: PU-Leather/Extensiz.
  • Lining: Faux Fur.
Color: Black
 
Ladies' Sizes:
Regular Calf or Wide Calf  6-11
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Beautiful and warm! Bought these a month or two back. Great looking boots, very warm in cold weather but not to warm to wear in 50 degree weather. BUT they do run tall! I have very long legs and am 5''3" and can wear these with no problem. If you have short legs try the Rimfrost riders. Only problem is i do not find them comfortable for doing lots of walking. Just around the barn, riding. January 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing boot I live in alaska where im riding in -15 degree wheather (not counting wind chill. These boots kept me warm and cozy all winter. They are also very cute. the fur inside is soo soft and warm! They are also very durable. Well worth every penny! August 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Look before you order, perfect boot Boot comes in regular or wide calf. Just READ the item description sizing info and order the correct size/width and you will have the greatest pair of warm and sexy Winter boots on the planet. I ordered an extra pair just to wear with jeans tucked into them. People ask me all the time WHERE did I get those amazing boots. They are great to ride and walk in, and I am 5 foot 4 - no clue why other reviews say they are too tall. June 8, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Returned! way too big in the calf and too tall. i'm 5'6 and the boots were way too high over my knee- i could barely bend my leg. had to return. disappointed! January 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent boots! I received these for Christmas and am absolutely in love with them. They are definitely worth the price - they are so comfortable and warm! We get extremely cold temperatures and high winds in Iowa! I hope they last because they look great, too. The only issue I can see is that the calf runs narrow and the boots are VERY tall - I am 5'6" and fit into the size 8 in these boots, but if I were any shorter, the boots would be too tall. Keep this in mind but otherwise, these are excellent winter riding boots. January 3, 2012
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