Price should not be the determining factor when buying riding apparel. As the old adage says, “you will get what you pay for.” This is particularly true of leather riding boots. On the other hand, only a small amount of us can choose to buy a quality item without even looking at the price.
Therefore, the decision to buy riding boots should be based on a combination of the quality of the riding apparel, along as it is at a price you can afford. A good rule of thumb is “60/40.” For example, the quality of the riding boots is 60% more important than the price you will pay for these riding boots. By keeping the “60/40” rule in mind, shopping for leather riding boots will become a whole lot easier.