Tack Classic Muck Boot


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A great lightweight riding boot

As the name suggests, the Tack Classic Boot was designed with equestrian use in mind but having said that it's a lightweight, general purpose welly that could be used for other outdoor pursuits as well.  They're lined with Airmesh which is fabric that's made up of thousands of tiny vertical fibres which allow air to circulate throughout the interior lining surface. This means that excess humidity and perspiration are quickly wicked away, creating a comfortable environment for your feet lasting for extended periods of use.  Other features include a reinforced toe and heel to protect against hard blows,  a removable 6mm Nitracel EVA insole for added support and slipper-soft moulded comfort in the foot.  Plus they have stretch-fit binding at the top of the boot that keeps it snug around the calf of your leg keeping the cold out and the warmth in.  You can get these on easily by stepping in to them without having to pull it on.  As well as being easy to get on, they're also easy to keep clean by either spraying with water or gently scrubbing with soap and water. And the big bonus about these boots is that they're resistant to manure so they don't rot or crack. Available in all sizes in Black and in sizes 3-9 in the other colours.

Editor's comments

This boot is suited to the more fashion conscious welly wearers as it has a slimmer cut leg thanks to the neoprene upper and is cut for a snugger fit than other Muck Boots. 

The uncertain weather is no problem when you have a pair of Muck Boots like these as they can be worn in sub zero temperatures or comfortably up to 29 degrees C.

Suggested uses

A fantastic boot whether you're mucking out your horse or walking the dog.

Size Guide

Simply select your Muck Boots based on your standard €˜athletic' shoe size. Check the size label inside your most recently worn pair of athletic shoes. These boots fit best with a medium-weight sock. To wear heavy fleece, ski or wool socks, select the next size up. For narrower feet, we suggest wearing a thicker sock or putting in an additional sock liner to take up room. For a detailed size guide, click here.