Riding Boots for Every Budget

I’ve had my riding boots for eight years, and they keep getting better with every passing season. I love that I have never had to replace them and that they’re timeless. I think that they’re something worth investing in, especially if you fall in love with a pair. But I do understand that everyone has different budgets. There are some super adorable options out there no matter what you end up spending.

Riding Boots for Every Budget

I’m impressed by Old Navy’s $52 pair and this lace-up pair for under $200.  And these are a little different than what I’d go for, but I kind of think they’d be perfect for cozy fall days.


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LOVE this new collage style — it’s super convenient to be able to scroll over each boot and see its price! Awesome!!

Carmel Elizabeth

Dang, I wish I had this post last week! I’ve been scouring the web for weeks looking for the perfect pair…fortunately, I finally found the one at DSW – under $200, leather, cognac-colored and beautiful. 🙂 But this is still so helpful for my friends/sisters who are on the hunt at the moment! Thanks!


Hi Carly! Great post – riding boots are my favorite part about the weather getting cooler. I was wondering how you take care of yours? Do you bring them to a cobbler, do you polish them yourself? I have had mine for a couple of years and I want them to last as long as possible! Thanks!!


I take them to a cobbler. I get them “weatherized” (not sure if that’s the correct term?) and if I need to, I get them re-soled.