Cowboy Boots For Women

Cowboy Boots For Women

Ever since I have returned from a trip to Texas I have been in search of cowboy boots for women!  Everywhere I looked while I was there visiting I saw boots, boots and more boots.  We stopped and tried on countless pairs of boots in every style, color and brand.  I was overwhelmed and at a loss!  The prices ranged from a couple of hundred dollars to a thousand dollars…eek!  Instead of making an impulse buy on vacation I decided to wait to check out my local Western stores here in Florida.  Well I never got around to it, so when I was contacted by Ariat boots to review a pair I think I literally jumped for joy!  They were wonderful to work with and picked a pair of boots for me so I would be surprised.  When the package arrived, I tore it open like a kid on Christmas and instantly fell in love with my new brown cowboy boots.

How To Get Fitted For Cowboy Boots

How To Get Fitted For Cowboy Boots

My main concern with getting a pair of boots for review was that I wouldn’t be able to try them on, I had to figure out how to get fitting for cowboy boots.  I went to the Western store and tried on several pairs of Ariat boots in different styles and came to the realization that I was a size 8!  When I tried on my new boots for the first time, they fit a little snug over the top of my foot, which is typical for cowboy boots (I learned that in Texas on my boot journey)…I was able to get them stretched for the perfect fit.  They are super comfortable and go with my wardrobe very nicely.  I received the Heritage Western R-toe  Russet Rebel, they are a beautiful brown weathered boot  with copper and beige decorative stitching.  They have a leather upper and man-made sole/heel.  I love the slightly pointed/round toe, there is plenty of room for my toes to move around without being squished.  The heel is a nice height at 2 inches with the overall boot height of 12 inches.  These boots didn’t need a break in period because they are equipped with ATS technology  which includes: molded footbed orthotic supporting arch and heel, midfoot support, lightweight material providing torsional stability and moisture wicking lining keeping your feet dry. You can purchase boots like mine for $169.95.  Much more reasonable than the $500-$1000 ones I saw previously.

Line Dancing Lessons

My girlfriends and I have been talking about taking line dancing lessons so now I am officially read to get my boot scootin’ boogie on and line dance the night away in my new Ariat boots!  Ariat carries boots for women, men and children.  Whether you need them for fashion or work, they have a style (Western, English or Work) and price range for everyone.  I have my eye on matching boots for my little cowgirls so they can match their Mama!  Ariat also carries a full line of clothing and accessories as well.  Check them out on Facebook for their latest fashions!

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