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I am struggling to find boots that will fit my large calves. I'm not a large person just muscular calves. I wear a women's size 7 but have tried on up to my boyfriend's size 10. Surely there is something out there.... I can't be the only person struggling

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I wear muck boots when I ride. There are two brands I use. One is the actual brand “muck” boots. They are black and have a material that’s  made out of almost like a divers suit from above the ankle up to the top of the calve so it’s expandable.   The other is called Extra Tough or Servus boots.  All good stuff for what your looking for.  

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The positive about these boots is they are great for tick protection around your cuffs of the paints.   Tuck the paints into the boots spray one good ring of spray around the calf area of the boot and your good to go. 
 

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I am riding with Alpinestar Tech 7, but you have to try them out. Before I buy them I tried many different brands and sizes, but this boots fits perfectly for me. And of course they are with really high safety class for ATV and Dirt bike riders :)

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