Toggi Winnipeg brown yard boots: review

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  • Toggi Winnipeg brown yard boots


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    • Quick to pull on /take off
    • Not bulky
    • True to size


    • Leather on side strap curled



    Price as reviewed:


    These boots became our reviewer's go-to choice of footwear for ease of use and comfort

    These boots took a little getting used to as initially they nipped the back of my heel, high up where the top of the heelcap leather finishes. I persevered and they quickly became my go-to boots for ease of use and comfort.

    I tested a brown pair in size 39. I am a bog standard size 6 and these were a very good fit, being true to size.

    They are an excellent combination of being pull-ons but also being quite flattering. Other pull-on long boots I’ve tried have had very wide legs and some end up looking like buckets or seriously bagging round the ankle and sagging.


    I walked around a lot in them and they remained comfortable; no rubbing or pinching and the sole feels supportive and bouncy.

    The Winnipeg has a small panel of elastic on the outside, under the buckle, which allows the top of the boots to be more contoured and less bulky.

    The sole is grippy; I tried these boots in all weathers (snow, ice and hail included) and I never had cold feet when wearing them, even on the harshest of winter days. I tried these boots for months, taking in all seasons, and they weren’t too hot on warm days so I never ended up with clammy, sweaty feet and they are breathable.

    I didn’t need to alter the little buckle on the outside every time I put them on or off, so didn’t have to faff around with that. The leather tongue of the buckle detailing did curl up a bit, so perhaps some kind of extra keeper might be a good addition, but it didn’t affect the boots’ use.


    The cut of the boot means you can ride in them; when not riding and you stand up straight the ankle rucks up slightly. But that’s the compromise you make with boots that are also comfortable to ride in.

    I particularly liked the tweed look of the front of the shaft, and the pattern of the brown leather is flattering as it tapers at the front.

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    They’re waterproof too, so when my horse knocked me into a puddle that she refused to walk through, it was no problem and I didn’t end up with soggy feet.

    These are really nice, sturdy all-round boots which represent excellent value for money.


    These are really nice, sturdy all-round boots which represent excellent value for money

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