Posted: 5th September 2013 | Back to news feed
Tuffa's new Broadland Boots have been designed for wider legs, ensuring a brilliant fit whatever calf width the rider has.
These new boots combine Tuffa’s attention to detail with durable materials and a stunning design that’s ideal for riding and yard work alike.
"We pride ourselves on the ability to have boots that fit all sizes and shapes of rider," says Michelle Girling from Tuffa Boots. "Many of our lines are available in broad fittings to cater for those with larger calves but, with the Broadland, we originally designed it for those with broader lower legs. Being able to create a boot with this goal in mind from the outset has enabled us to make it incredibly stylish and comfortable whilst being really fit for purpose. It also has clever design touches such as the shaped elastic back panel, which enables a close yet comfortable and entirely flattering fit. We've received great feedback about these boots so far and hope that this will continue."
Broadland Boots are made using nubuck leather with rubber riding soles. The ankles are cleverly crafted to allow freedom of movement, which is something complemented by the stretch panels at the back of the boots that fit around the calf muscle. The boots are lined with wicking, antibacterial fabric for additional comfort and the full-length, side zips allow for easy fitting.
Broadland Boots are available in brown in sizes 3 – 12 in standard (to fit up to 17” calf) and broad (to fit up to 19 1/2”) widths. Prices start from £189.99.
For more information on Tuffa see www.tuffaboots.com, email email@example.com call 01953 880914.
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