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Ariat Ladies Barnyard Side Zip Boots

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Product Summary:

Ariat Ladies Barnyard Side Zip Boots

These durable paddock boots are built to withstand tough wear through any conditions. Substantial waterproof leather upper is lined in moisture wicking material to draw perspiration from the surface of the skin and to keep your feet comfortable and dry. Employing Ariat® ATS™ (Advanced Torque Stability) technology, the Barnyard is designed to reduce fatigue and stress in the joints and back, and has a generous last for comfortable, all-day wear. A gel cushion insole molds to the curve of the foot, and a steel shank offers excellent stability. The Duratread™ sole is flexible and made to endure long-term use. Outfitted with an antique brass zipper, reinforced toe, reflective detail and a spur rest.


  • Waterproof leather upper
  • Extended sidewall offers slip resistance
  • Resilient, heat-sensitive EVA orthotic footbed
  • Gel-cushioned ATS™ forefoot and heel strike
  • Stabilizing composite fiber forked shank
  • Flexible yet durable sole
  • Antique brass zipper
  • Reflective detail
  • Spur rest

Item specifications:
Color: Dark Brown
Note: Due to the additional room in the toe box (front of boot), manufacturer suggests you could size down one 1/2 size.

Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great Boot Bad Zipper I purchased these boots and loved the comfort. However after 11 months the zipper broke. The boot was so comfortable I bought another pair thinking the 1st pair was a lemon. I was wrong the 2nd pair lasted 1 year. I like the comfort of this boot but wish Ariat would fix the zipper issue. June 4, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Work great until Zipper breaks.. I've had these boots for about 9 months. I only use them to ride in about 2-3 times a week. The zipper never stayed all the way up on either boot, but since I ride with spurs the spur strap helped keep the zipper at least 1/2 way zipped. Today the zipper on the left boot completly split and is not fixable. I am usually a fan of Ariat products, but this boot was just a let down. January 14, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Zipper broke I am a long time fan and customer of Ariat but did not care for this particular model. The zipper broke the first year I had them. They also weren't as comfortable as Ariats usually are. The thick band at the ankle was especially uncomfortable when they were new. And the sizing seemed to run a little small. June 16, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great fit as usual I probably own 20 pairs of Ariats, English & Western boots, even the sandals. I can always count on a comforatble fit. I bought these over a year ago and they get daily hard use. Keeps my feet warm, even in mud and snow. Recently though, the zipper gets stuck making them hard to remove. January 31, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by My feet have never been so happy These boots are the best things I've ever put on my feet, bar none. I wear an 8.5 B (narrow) and I have some arthritis in the balls of my feet, so it's really tough to find shoes or boots that fit well. These are truly perfect! I read here about buying a half size smaller than normal because of the roomy toe, but I decided to buy my actual size and enjoy the extra room, and that was exactly the right thing - the fit couldn't be better. And they are just comfy all over, a pleasure to wear all day. Worth every penny! November 26, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Zipper problems These are super comfortable, but I've had problems with the zippers busting open. I think it's because when I flex my foot (like heels down in the stirrup), it puts stress on the zipper teeth and mine split open. Happened with both shoes. August 31, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great boots I have worn these boots almost daily! They're comfortable and can handle anything at the barn! They tend to run a little big, so I'm going to see what 1/2 size smaller does. But I love these boots!! July 1, 2010
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great fit
art l on Mar 9, 2015
favorite boot
BRENDA B on May 5, 2014
needed riding boots
Kerrin E on Jul 28, 2014
zipper is easier than lacing, it looks lightweight but durable, has a heal for riding and looks a bit water proof, and it is an all around good looking shoe. My dog chewed my other pair which were too heavy with a steal toe and difficult with the lace ups. Thanks
PIP L on Apr 30, 2014
Do any Ariat half chaps fit with this boot?
joeys mom on Dec 5, 2014
Best Answer: Any Ariat half chaps should work with this boot .
Reply · Report · Stacy MStaff on Jan 13, 2015
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Are the Ariat Ladies Barnyard Side Zip Boots Item # SLT901456 made for actual horse back riding or just for working in the barn?
Misti H on Aug 9, 2015
Best Answer: These boots are great for both. The sole is made for stirrups, and they have a spur channel in the back. They are super comfortable for wearing in the barn. They are a little bit wider than my Ariat front zip riding boots, so you want to make sure your stirrups are the appropriate width if you ride English. These boots are my favorite.
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Will western style spurs work on this style heel?
T B on Mar 12, 2015
Best Answer: Don't see why not. I use English spurs - Prince of Wales - and they fit the boot just fine. This boot seems to fit all stirrups too - english or western.
Reply (1) · Report · Julie B on Mar 12, 2015
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