Another day I was writing about some boot. Similarly today I will also write about some boot. After ankle boot knee boot comes first by lengthwise.
Ankle Boot: A shoe with the top-line of the quarter higher than the ankle (ankle bone). If the top line is much higher than the ankle then it becomes a “boo” or a high-leg boot, if only slightly above the ankle bone, then it is a chukka boot. See here is a detail about chukka boot in previous post. Read if you miss that.
Jodhpur Boot: A style of riding boot; leg extends above the ankle, but below the calf the vamp overlap the quarters, and the vamp is held down onto the instep by straps that meet at a buckle. These straps pass around the back and over the instep.
Jodhpur boot has a rounded toe and low heel. Classic Jodhpur fastened with a strap and buckle, but today the term also includes designs with straps that do not wrap entirely around the ankle and the elastic-sided design without a strap also known as Chelsea boots. If Jodhpur boot modified to have a lace-up front then it calls Paddock Boot.
So interesting to learn, isn’t it? Of course you will agree with me for sure.
Top Boot: Well many would say top is called this or that, even many established meaning telling guide or dictionary would also say similar things. But! Top boot can be saying as a boot having an extra or attached top material for to side decoration. This top decoration could be with other materials than leather. From traditionally top boots are known as hunting boot also. There are many number of top boot available mostly in Europe.
……… To Be Continued