Chic riding riding boot straps made of water-repellent cow leather with a thickness of 1.6-1.8 mm. The boot has a supple lining of soft pigskin. The boot has a strong Opti® zipper (no. 8) at the back, which extends up to the sole for easy entry. The zipper on the outside has a patent leather zipper protector with press stud on both the top and bottom. The leather flap on the inside of the boot protects both the zipper and the leg (note: not intended to be put on when putting on). Along the zipper is a narrow insert of sturdy Italian quality elastic for a snug fit. The arch on the outside of the knee is 7 cm high. The bow is finished at the top with patent leather and imitation diamonds for a glamorous look. Furthermore, the boot is provided with an elastic lacing. The innovative outsole is made of injected rubber combined with leather. This not only makes the sole more flexible, lighter and stronger, but also more stylish. The profile of the sole provides good grip and the heel has excellent shock-absorbing phead-head-roperties. The Texon midsole has an integrated metal shank, which ensures good stability and optimal pressure distribution. The top layer of microfiber and 4 mm foam offers extra comfort. The boot has a slim to hog around the ankle and a quilted square decorative nose, which benefits the look. Manufactured in Euhead-head-rope.
This model has a long shaft.
Maintenance of your horse clothing
No garment is the same and that is why different washing instructions apply per garment. These washing instructions can be found in the label that has been sewn into the clothing. You often find these in your neck or in your side.
Are there no labels with washing instructions? Or have they been wiped out? Do not take any risks and wash your horse clothing with hand or in the washing machine at 30 ° Celsius. Never stop riding clothes in the dryer if you are not sure if it can withstand this. You run the risk that the clothes shrink or damaged.
To keep your white riding breeches nice and white, you can occasionally soak the pants in the bio-tex. A little help from Vanish in the washing machine also works wonders. Do you have a stain that cannot be removed from it? Rub the stain before washing with some ox gall soap and leave it for half an hour. Then, without rinsing the ox gall soap, stop your riding breeches in the washing machine and wash them according to the washing instructions in the label. If everything went well, your stain should be out after the first wash.
- Is your clothing not really dirty and you do not want to do it in the washing machine yet? But does it smell like a horse? Hang it just outside in the wind to air. Possibly combined with a clothes spray and your clothes are fine to wear to the horses once again!
- Do you have stubborn stains that no longer leave your clothes? Rub it with ox gall soap. You can just get this in the supermarket. Leave for a while (half an hour) and do not rinse out. Wash the garments according to the washing instructions in the label in the washing machine and if everything went well, the stains are removed after washing.