Justin Boots Launches English Collection

AQHA Corporate Partner Justin Boots announces its new women’s traditional English riding boots.

The American Quarter Horse Association

View the Justin English collection of field boots, paddock boots and half-chaps.

An AQHA Corporate Partner since 1985, Justin Boot Company has launched Justin English, a collection of women’s traditional English riding boots, with the support of the equestrian experts at AQHA.
 
“At AQHA, we continually strive to align with companies who bring quality products to the marketplace for our horses and owners,” said Leman Wall, AQHA director of corporate partnerships and business development. “We are proud to partner with Justin Boots, a brand that shares values, heritage and history with AQHA, as they debut Justin English to the riding industry. Whether riders are looking for field or paddock styles, Justin English offers the protection and comfort they require.”

The Justin English collection features paddock boots, half chaps and field boots with innovative technology combined with great performance, fit, comfort and style. The field boots and half chaps feature 3M™ patented micro-replication technology that provides extra durability and effortless grip while reducing fatigue and improving both performance and control.  

“Justin Boots has a 135-year history of handcrafting quality boots for people who love to ride,” said Justin Boots Brand Manager Louis Russo. “We saw an opportunity to offer the English market a quality product at a value, and we leveraged our boot-making expertise to provide English riders with performance and comfort features Justin Boots has offered equestrians for more than a century.”

Justin English prices are approximately:

Field boots = $280
Paddock boots = $145
Half-chaps = $165

View the Justin English collection at JustinEq.com or at equestrian retailers nationwide.

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