Various Styles Of Riding Boots For Women

Riding boots are generally used for horse riding and motor cycle riding.These are classic footwear and come up in low heels nowadays.The riding boots have become a fashion style of boots for women,they are stylish and popular.

over the knee riding boots,black riding boots,lace up riding boots Crinkle faux leather upper in an over the knee riding boots with studded accent, lace up front, tonal stitching. Partial zipper closure. 22 inch shaft and 15 inch circumference collar. Fabric lining and footbed. 1 1/2 inch flat heels.

over the knee riding boots,leather riding boots,rider boots Crinkle faux leather upper in an over the knee riding boots style with a round closed toe, dual buckle accent, tonal stitching, semi zipper closure. Fabric lining and faux leather footbed. 20 inch shaft and 15 inch circumference collar.

riding boots,leather riding boots,black riding boots Distressed faux leather upper in a mid-calf riding boots style with a closed round toe, back zipper closure. Fabric lining and footbed. 13 inch shaft and 14 inch circumference collar. 1 1/2 inch rubber traction outsole.

rider boots,over the knee riding boots,leather rider boots,studded riding boots Features on these leather riding boots include a faux leather upper, round closed toe, studded spike accents front toe and back heel and side zip for easy slip on and off. Low heel measures at approx. 1 inches tall. Shaft measures at approx. 20 inches long including heel and circumference measures at approx. 16 inches wide.

black riding boots,leather riding boots,rider boots These knee high riding boots are sexy sleek and chic! Wear these with leggings or over tights for the perfect winter look! Features include a smooth leather upper, side zip for easy slip on and off. Heel measures at approx. 1.5 inches tall, shaft measures at approx. 18.5 inches including heel and circumference measures at approx. 18 inches wide.

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