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Mountain Horse Ice High Rider II Boots

£82.75

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Features: Mountain Horse Ice High Rider II Boots: Elegant figure-shaped Duralon shaft, sleek shape, insulating Thermolite lining, breathable waterproof Hydro-Tex membrane, removable insole with shock-absorbing Poron pads, built-in steel shank, durable elastic material inserts along calf area, sturdy and durable zip, shock-absorbing heel.
Sizes: 36-45 in regular and wide fittings
Stockists: 01462 432596 or www.mountainhorse.co.uk

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Tester: Karla James

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Karla says: “I suffered from extremely cold feet riding racehorses during winter – so cold sometimes, that it bought tears to my eyes when I dismounted. These boots certainly stop the cold getting to my feet and keep them cosy and warm. I have been using them for four years and they still look practically new.”

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    I've got a pair and they are better than they sound. I swear by my mountain horse boots and would recommend them to anyone.

    (Written by: sarahxx)

    08 September 2008 19:49

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Olivia-chantelle says

RE: Mountain Horse Ice High Rider II Boots

I have got these and they are rubbish!! my ariat bromont tall h20s are a hundred times better quality! but i suppose as they are not leather they aren't going to be quite as warm and comfy!

17 September 2008 21:19

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RE: Mountain Horse Ice High Rider II Boots

I have a pair of these and I have to say they do exactly what they say! They warm my feet up within a few minutes of wearing them and keep them very toasty. Only down side is that they are a strange material and they look quite bulky on. They also take a bit of getting used to as they are quite stiff.

28 May 2008 17:12

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