No they all meet the requirements of both codes.
I have never heard of galloping boots?
Ugg boots are are just more expensive than other boots
The only major difference between jump boots and ordinary combat boots is that jump boots are fully laced from the top to the instep where combat boots are laced right above the ankle. Jump boots also provide more support to the ankles.
Field boots are knee high leather boots that lace up at the ankle. Paddock boots are short leather boots that can either zip or lace.
There are two basic styles of riding boots for English riding. Field and dress boots. Most dressage riders use dress boots while competing.
i dont knw
Soccer boots are lower cut and and 6 studs - rugby boots are cut slightly high at the ankle and can have 8 studs
Brushing boots tend to have more inner padding to prevent knocks or bruises. Splint boots usually have less padding but more rigid support for the splints and tendons.
the difference between a gaucho and a cowboy is that gaucho is a tribe and cowboy is part of a western economy and they wear boots and have a blade connected to their ankle and their boots.
I don't believe there is a difference other than the sole. They were designed for the same thing: To protect your feet.
It is different because the boots are different, the boots for indoors and the boots for outdoors