Choose well-fitting boots.,
Wear suitable footwear.
Ensure that your riding boots fit properly. They should be snug, with a small amount of toe space for comfort. They should support your ankle without interfering with your ability to flex at the ankle and drop your heels.
, The heel on the typical riding boot is designed to prevent the foot from slipping through the stirrup; if the heel becomes worn down, it is time to replace the boots. While not recommended, it is possible to wear any boots with a small heel as long as they are comfortable. Take care to ensure that they will not slip through or catch on a stirrup in the event of a fall.