View Full Version : Help with Winter Boots: Rimfrost Rider II or Mark Todd?
5th December 2010, 10:31 PM
Going to buy myself (or my OH may do!) some Winter Riding Boots for Christmas.
Had a look on internet and would like some opinion on these 2 please:
Mark Todd Cook Tall Winter Boots
Mountain Horse Rimfrost Rider II
Also I am size 5 (38) and would like to know how the fitting is?
My calf is 32cm and height (bottom of foot to underneath the knee) is 39cm.
Which one would you recommend?
(or any other Winter boots which keep your feet warm! Budget is £90 maximum)
Thank you :-)
6th December 2010, 11:12 AM
I have the ariat walking boot type ones and they are mega comfy and warm and they are pretty waterproof too
6th December 2010, 11:32 AM
Woof boots. they are black with reflective straps down the sides, and are really light weight and fluffy, like having little quilts wrapped round your legs, best to go for a size smaller as they do give a lot, they are the warmest things ive ever had, you can ride in them as they have a chap type panel, they are about £35, bargain.
6th December 2010, 02:10 PM
Thank you for your replies :-)
Anyone has the Rimfrost or Mark Todd ones please?
6th December 2010, 05:40 PM
i have the woof boots and arent overly fussed on them!! feet constantly damp and arent as warm as they look!
6th December 2010, 05:48 PM
Thanks again for replies!
6th December 2010, 06:35 PM
I have rimfrost boots im normally a 5.5-6 but bought a size 5 boot my calfs are 34cm and these are slightly wide on me i thing there a 36cm calf fitting??? But they are warm. The zips are a tad sticky you cant put them on in a hurry :(
Poppy and Harmony
6th December 2010, 07:36 PM
I've got the rimfrost rider boots, love them! The width is rather generous in size, but found the foot part a little on the tight side (but i do have wide feet)
They keep my feet lovely and dry and warm :)
My friends got the mark todd boots, she says they're true to width/size and are lovely and warm
6th December 2010, 08:26 PM
I think I may buy the Rimfrost ones...but will wait for more comments to come! :-))
Shame I don't have anywhere to try them on first, unless someone knows where they sell them near Stroud (Glos)?
17th December 2010, 08:43 PM
I felt the cook boots the other day, seemed quite hard. But i am getting to that "comfort" age.
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