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Dubarry Ladies' Sligo Boots

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Dubarry Ladies' Sligo Boots

The Dubarry of Ireland Sligo Boot is crafted from premium water-resistant DryFast-DrySoft™  leather and lined with GORE-TEX® to keep feet dry.

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Item #: X1-380973
$499.00
Helpful Information
How to Measure for Tall Boots
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The Dubarry of Ireland Sligo Boot offers a streamlined look in a knee-high style. A full zipper for easy entry allows this ladies’ boot to offer a neater, more contoured leg shape. The genuine leather DryFast-DrySoft™ upper with water-resistant finish is lined with the GORE-TEX® waterproof and breathable membrane to keep feet dry.

Dubarry’s new sole design has a stylish, modern profile and toe shape. The direct inject bi-compound sole unit consists of PU inner fill with a molded rubber outer shell. The PU inner fill offers underfoot comfort and shock absorbency, while the combination of both offers a more secure sole bond.

A contemporary elasticized calf detail allows for some moderate stretch and provides additional comfort. Subtle, signature Dubarry and GORE-TEX® branding complete this boot.


Imported.


Ladies' European sizes.

Manufacturer Restricted Price Product: Count on Dover Saddlery for the best quality, value and price possible. However, some of our manufacturers restrict advertised selling prices and prevent us from advertising discounts. For other items, some manufacturers allow us to offer and advertise a discount on a limited basis. Therefore, some products are not eligible for discounts.

How to Measure for Tall Boots
You'll need a helper and a cloth measuring tape to take accurate measurements.

  • Wear the breeches and socks that you're most likely to wear with your new boots.
  • Sit in a straight chair with your stocking feet flat on the floor and knees at a 90 degree angle.
  • For calf width, have your helper measure the circumference of your calf at its widest point.


  • Note: Do not add increments to your calf measurement. Boot leather stretches as it breaks in. New boots should fit snugly and should be slightly difficult to put on. If the boots are too large when you purchase them, they will only become looser over time and will increase the risk of the boot dropping too much resulting in a shortened height.

  • For boot height, have your helper measure from the floor to the back of your knee.

  • Boot height is a matter of personal preference. Some riders prefer a very tall boot, while others prefer a shorter boot. In general, for field boots you'll want to add 1 1/2 to 2 inches to your height measurement. For a moderately stiff dressage boot, you'll want to add 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 inches. Also, check the riding boot size chart on the ordering tab for your desired brand of boots to determine whether you should make any specific height adjustments.



    Note: Styles in both field and dress boots that feature a Spanish top help to create an elongated look as up to 1 to 1 1/2 inches of curved leather is added to the outside of the top of the boot. A Spanish top is cut higher and more curved than a regular boot top.



  • Match your calf width and height measurements to the riding boot sizing chart pertaining to the brand of boot you wish to order.

If you're considering zippered boots, look for a calf measurement that is as close to or a smidge over your measurement to avoid stressing the zippers. If your calf measurement is as little as 1/8 inch wider than the calf measurement listed for your expected size, you may want to consider the next size up or you may have problems with the boot zippers. If the next size up seems as though it will be too wide for your calf and the boot would be too loose, then consider another boot that will fit your leg better. It is not uncommon when choosing from stock tall boots for riders to consider all size charts and all manufacturers to find their optimal boot.

Shoe size pertains to your usual size for footwear. Some riders choose to go up a foot size if their desired boot height is not available with their regular size. Extra space in the foot can be taken up with an extra foot bed, gel sole or air cushion.

Note: For boots that are offered in whole foot sizes, factor the type of sock you plan to wear into your decision. For example, if you normally wear size 7 1/2 shoe but the boot you wish to order is offered in whole sizes, the thickness of your socks will determine the correct size to order. For heavy, thick socks, you would choose a size 8; for average, thin socks you would choose a size 7.