How you can still get your wear out of boots in the summertime

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Summertime is here and we are so happy to see the sunshine and longer days. If you are a boot lover, don’t worry you can still get plenty of wear out of boots during the warmer days. Boots are not just made for the cold weather; you can get a lot of wear out of them all year round! The style of the boot can be changed to meet the season, for example colour, but the purpose of your boot does not change, keeping your feet protected when out and about or doing activities which involve waring boots.

Hiking

A great benefit of boots is using them for hikes and walks. A lot of people hike all year round, especially in the warmer months. A great way to see the sunset or sunrise it is hiking up a hill to a lovely spot or mountain to watch the day begin or end. The boots enable a good grip to the floor and also protect your feet from getting damaged and blistered if you do not wear the appropriate footwear. A hiking boot is sturdy and durable, which is beneficial if you find yourself hiking often. Choosing a boot in a lighter colour and help the feet keep cool when the weather is warmer. Opting for a colour like tan or brown instead of black or dark colours is the best option, especially if your feet are prone to getting hot and overheating.

Riding

A riding boot is a boot made to be used for horse riding. The boot comes far enough up your leg to prevent the leathers of the saddle from pinching the leg of the rider and sturdy to protect the riders’ foot when on the ground and has a distinct heel to prevent the foot from sliding through the stirrup.

 A rider’s boot is used all year round. Different colours can be purchased through out the year. You may enjoy a darker boot in the winter and a lighter boot in the summer months. At The Spanish Boot company, we have a variety of different riders’ boot to suite all your needs. From black to tan, we have your feet covered all year round. We supply leather boots, wide calf boots and suede riding boots.

 

 

 

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