Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Welcome to our FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions) page. If you cannot find the answer you are looking for do not hesitate to contact us directly through our Contact Us Page or by Chatting with a Team Member in the bottom left corner of our website

Why Should I Choose Tattini?

Tattini Boots are Crafted by our ancestors directly in Spoleto, Italy; where they have been manufactured since 1860. Blood-Lined relatives have now established operation and a United States warehouse in central Illinois to offer this ground-breaking brand to Equestrian Riders throughout the U.S. With such a prominence in Italy, we are eager to relay this Standard Shaping experience to retailers and riders across the country. When working with Tattini Boots, we place you in touch with owners on your time zone we are as devoted to the Equestrian Industry as yourself. When you ride Tattini, you become a piece of the family

How can I ensure to order the correct size?

The size pattern of Tattini Boots are much like any other Italian English Riding Boot Brand. On each product page we feature a size chart custom to that specific model to ensure the fit you are looking for. We also have a Sizing Specialist on standby all hours of the day to consolidate your measurements into the correct semi-custom Italian Riding Boot. With our semi-custom riding boots we are sure you find that perfect fit

I am an Abnormal Size, can Tattini Boots fit me?

Before introducing our Italian English Riding Boots to the United States, we diversified our size ratio to fulfill the highest majority of the U.S market. This includes extra tall and short heights, as well as extra large and small calf sizes. Despite your abnormality, there is a Tattini Boot model waiting for you

What is the Patented Air Boost Technology?

Each of our Italian Riding Boots include a Patented Air Boost Technology System exclusive to Tattini Boots. This intuitive design allows for all day comfort and relief unlike any other experience on the market. Riders across the country are falling in love with this maximum support of our insole and Air Boost heel

What is the variety of Riding Boot Options?

We feature Black and Brown model options, as well as Grained and Smooth Leather options throughout our Riding Boot collection. We also offer Interchangeable Straps on our Top-Tier models to place variety in your own hands

Are Tattini Riding Boots for Male or Female?

Each of our Italian English Riding Boot models are completely Unisex, and worn by both male and female consumers across the globe. No matter your preference, we are confident there is a model that fits your desire

What is the Warranty on Tattini Boots?

We have a separate page that dives further into the Warranty details of Tattini Boots that can be found here: Warranty & Returns

Where can I find a Tattini Boots Retailer?

Our “Find a Retailer” page is currently under construction as we expand to retail locations across the United States. In the near future, we will provide you with an interactive map to find your closest Tattini Boots retailer

How Can I Become a Retailer for Tattini Boots?

By visiting our Retailers tab, you can learn more about what it means to be a part of the Tattini Boots team; and submit an application to inquiry about further information. One of our executives will be in touch with you just moments after your submission. We are eager to introduce our Premium Quality Italian Riding Boots to stores across the country, and would love to welcome you on board.

Where is the Tattini Boots Warehouse Located?

Our United States warehouse is located in Central Illinois, placing us directly in the center of the United States. This allows us to offer expedited shipping times regardless of your location through our seamless warehousing process.

What is the History of “Tattini”?

Tattini is based on family virtues and established in 1860 directly from Spoleto, Italy. Our boots are still Italian Crafted today, and directly shipped to our U.S Warehouse by our ancestors! Read more about our family history at our Tattini Page