Mud, snow and bog mean a pair of long yard boots are pretty essential at this time of year. We’ve put together a lineup of our favourites to help see you through the rest of this never-ending winter and into the spring.

HKM Kodiak Fleece Lined Yard Boots


If you’re dreaming of a new pair of fleece-lined boots then look no further.

The HKM Kodiak Fleece Lined Yard Boots are about as snug as you can get.

With a reinforced patch on the inside of the leg to prevent rubbing while you ride and reflective tabs for hacking, these multi-puprose boots are a great addition to your horsey wardrobe.
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Woof Wear Riding Wellington Boots


A stylish but practical yard and riding combo, the Woof Wear Riding Wellington Boots are handmade from natural rubber.

The sole tread on the bottom of the boot helps provide increased safety and grip when walking on slippery surfaces (we’re thinking of that sheet of ice standing between you and the yard tap).

There’s also a pair of suede calf pads so you can wave goodbye to that annoying saddle squeak.
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Ariat Womens Country Boots Coniston Chocolate Brown


If you love lace-ups, you’ll love the Coniston Boots from Ariat.

Specially designed for those who always seem to have cold feet (despite multiple sock layers) the inside of the boot is insulated with a special membrane to keep your toes warm, whether you’re walking, riding or wading through the bog patch in your pony’s field.
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Rhinegold Elite Brooklyn Leather Country Boots – Brown


Waxy leather, a suede cuff and drawstring detail make these boots the perfect addition to your shoe rack.

With a calf gusset to allow an individual fit, these durable and lightweight boots will help see you through the wetter seasons and into spring.
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Toggi Winnipeg Riding Boots – Black


These waterproof wonder boots have a breathable membrane to keep your feet warm and dry.

They also have a shock-absorbing insole for comfort, so no nasty shock when you swing out of the saddle and onto a hard concrete surface!
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