TuffRider Ladies Starter Field Boots
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TuffRider® Ladies' Starter Back Zip Field Boots
This boot has the look and feel of leather. We dare you to compare....no one will know you are not wearing a leather boot! The luxurious faux leather is water resistant. This boot includes a full back zip and punched toe cap design. The calf is sculpted to provide a great fit as well as an elegant look when in the saddle. It is also fully lined with a performance foot bed and flex construction.
Available in Slim, Regular, or Wide Calf
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i just purchased these boots in a 10R...they do not fit her. she can not zipper them up in the back. does the 10W mean wide foot or wider calf/leg area? please let me know. thanks.
Best Answer: Unfortunately, I had them exchanged as that was the problem my granddtr had with them. The new pair there is no problem with the zipper. Also, it was suggested that i rub wax on the zipper which I did, so far no problem. Hope this helps.
If I wear a 8.5 usually, should I order an 8 or 9? Im concerned the 8 will be too small and the 9 too big. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!
Best Answer: This brand does tend to run on the smaller side, so I would lean towards trying the size 9 for starters... Bear in mind we have a 30 day return policy so if they do not fit you can return them, you would just be responsible for the return postage.
I have large calves how do I know if they will fit around them?
Best Answer: Hello Kellee,
That was a concern for my daughter and I too. However, we took the gamble and believe it or not the boots actually fit both of us. They are nice boots, however, I suggest to wear them around the house or on a nice day around the barn. Just to break them in a little before an all day show. :)
Would anyone prefer this boot over the Devon Aire North Park Boot?They seem same quality but I'm torn on which one is better. Any input would help!
Best Answer: After purchasing a pair of Devon aire high boots and having them only last two months before they started falling apart, I decided to try out the tuff riders and see if they were better quality. Two years later my boots are still in excellent condition and look great! Minimal signs of wear compared to the Devon aire high boots I bought that resulted in the sole peeling off after wearing in the rain two or three times. Definitely recommend the tuffriders!
I generally wear an 8.5 shoes but dress shoes i wear and 8. Im wondering if an 8 will be to tight? I know i would require a wide calf but im wondering on size its self.
Best Answer: Actually, when I bought these I had to return them, as they rubbed the sides of my feet and gave me blisters. I also noticed that the feet in these boots were a bit irregular in size (one larger than the other). I sent them back as defective. Also, black dye (?) on the inside would bleed onto my breeches and socks.
But, in spite of all that, I think they tend to run large in the foot. My present boots are size 6.5, and I normally wear a size 6, shoe. The Tuffriders were size 6. They were long enough, just maybe too narrow through instep.
My daughter wears a 9 women's shoe but has 13 inch calf. Would the Tuffrider ladies starter field boot size 9S be too big?
Best Answer: Size 9 Slim Calf has a 14" calf, if that would work for you?
are they durable??
Best Answer: I have worn them for a summer and a half of showing and so far they have held up great! I really like mine but like I said o have worn them showing, not everyday riding.