It looks like it’s wondering what you’ve got in front of your face. 🙂 It’s a beauty.
Question: I am going on a photography workshop next summer to photograph the Wild Mustangs in the Eastern Sierras. I’ll be camping, riding, and hiking when it’s steep and to give my horse a break. My weight limit is really harsh- strict. I’ll be roughin’ it on this workshop. I’d like to take only two pair of shoes. One for hiking and riding, and a comfy pair while in camp.
Do you have a pair of Muck boots or boots you recommend that one can ride and hike in?
Hiking boots have too much tread for the stir-ups I think. I’ve got one caught in a stir-up before and ended up on my arse. I don’t want to do that in front of the group, but I may anyway since my riding experience is somewhat limited. 🙂
Sounds like fun! 🙂 Yes, I can recommend some boots. Hiking boots can definitely be hard to ride in, you’ll also want something with a little bit of a heel so your foot doesn’t slide through the stirrup. I’ve found Justin boots to be comfortable for riding and walking. Here’s a link to a website that provides many different brands of boots: https://www.sheplers.com/justin-boots.html I would recommend something with either a square or round toe as they’ll probably be more comfortable for both hiking and riding. I have two pairs of Justin boots that I’ve never had any problems with and they’re super comfortable. Hope this helps 🙂
Oh thank you so much for the recommendations! I’ll go look up the site and boots now. xx
Gah! They only have one pair that’s waterproof. That’s on the list of type of shoe to bring. I think a trip to BootBarn is in order don’t you? 🙂
Oh no, that’s too bad. I hope you’re able to find a good pair of boots 🙂 Going to a store would probably be easier anyway, that way you can try boots on and find a pair you really like 🙂
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