When you go horse riding, it is important to wear the right footwear. At MHS Equestre you will find a wide collection of riding boots, jodphurs and chaps. A well-fitting riding boot or jodphur offers optimum comfort while driving, among other things.

Riding Boots & Jodhpurs

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When you go horse riding, it is important to wear the right footwear. At MHS Equestrian you will find a wide collection of riding boots, jodphurs and chaps. A well-fitting riding boot or jodphur not only offers comfort while riding. It also improves the grip in the style brackets and prevents you from shooting your foot through the stirrup.

Riding boots

Riding boots come in all kinds of different models. It is important to choose a boot that fits well. To start, look at the type of boot that you are looking for. Do you mainly ride a lot of dressage, are you jumping or are they meant for the cross? There is a difference between riding boots that are used for dressage and for jumping.

It is also important to look at how often you plan to wear the boots. If you only wear them every now and then, then a rubber boot is great for your wallet. However, a rubber boot is less flexible, the fit is often less good and they last less.

If you ride several times a week, or maybe even several times a day, then it's best to look at a pair of leather riding boots. The leather molds better to your foot, therefore offers more comfort and stays beautiful longer - provided you maintain the boots properly of course.

Please note that leather riding boots will have to be walked in before they are actually comfortable.

Jodhpurs

With riding boots, the problem sometimes occurs that they are too long or too short. Do you not come out with a pair of riding boots, do you not want custom made riding boots or do you simply prefer not to wear riding boots? Then jodhpurs offer the perfect solution!

Jodhpurs are shorter riding boots that reach just above your ankle. Just like with riding boots, you can choose from different materials, such as leather, rubber, but also artificial leather. Models are also available that are fitted with a fine, warm lining so that they can also be worn well in the winter. Jodphurs are generally easier to put on and should be combined with a pair of chaps that you wear around your calves during horse riding.