Definition of stockman's boot in English:

stockman's boot

noun

Australian
  • A riding boot with elastic sides.

    ‘the regulation stockman's boot usually has a stitched sole’
    • ‘This shop probably didn't get a lot of teenage customers in faded blue jeans and stockman's boots.’
    • ‘He climbed onto the stage, garbed in overalls and jumper, with heavy stockman's boots.’
    • ‘They recalled how this slip of a girl, wearing a man's flannel shirt, moleskins and stockman's boots, walked down the centre of the dusty main street in Narrandera, staring ahead of her.’
    • ‘She was walking in the elastic-sided stockman's boots more easily’
    • ‘One boy who came from a pastoral station on Cape York Peninsula arrived for his first day at the Atherton High School dressed in his customary 'cowboy' outfit with stockman's boots and hat.’
    • ‘He looked out of place, Rhia thought, with his sunburnt skin, felt hat and stockman's boots.’
    • ‘Alexandra explained her certainty that where the stockman's boots had been placed on the track had been a ruse.’