Is it Halachically appropriate to Daven in boots when in a Beis Kenesses?
A great answer should (in addition to being well-sourced) discuss details such as:
- Is there a problem in terms of clothing which one should wear during Davening?
- Is there a problem of Kavod for the place in which one is Davening?
- Would it depend on the season and/or place?
- If technically allowed, would it be considered a Midas Chassidus of sorts to change into shoes?
(I know that this is related to Is there a halachik problem with wearing shorts while davening?, but there are many differences between them.
My hands are cold in synagogue. May I put them in my pockets? May I wear gloves? likely has some content that would help answer this question, but still different, such as the fact that boots track dirt and leave puddles, and that question was asked because of the cold, this question is in general.)