Horze Equestrian Pro Thermo Stable Boots

By Horze Equestrian
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
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About This Item

  • Practical and durable stable boots.
  • Warm terry lining ideal for chilly days.
  • Oxford nylon upper is durable and comfy.
  • Hook and loop fastener for easy on and off.
  • Sole cushion keeps you comfy.

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Questions & Answers

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what size boot for a men's 10.5
Answer by ChewyFeb 08, 2022
The largest size these boots are made in is a EU44, which converts to a men size 10.5.

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2 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mary on Mar 9, 2022

Love these boots!

Easy on, easy off, perfect for working in the paddock in northern Minnesota winters. I sized up to be able to add a thick sock but they fit fine with or without that sock. Even in deep drifts there is no snow inside the boot.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Cowgirl on Jan 15, 2022

Adequate but not great

I've been wearing Muck brand boots or better for quite a while, and have become accustomed to a nicer quality boot. I live in an area where the winters bring consistent mid 20 degree F or lower temperatures. I need an insulated boot. These boots are great for stepping out for a few minutes, but not for longer than that. They don't have the comfort and support for longer wear, and my feet are cold after about 10 minutes. That being said, the price was right, and sometimes I do just need to step out for 10 minutes, so I will find a use for them. But I always come back to that old saying: you get what you pay for.