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Ariat Mens Heritage Horseman Boots

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Product Summary:

Ariat(r) Men's Heritage Horseman Boots

Boots to live in! These feature a traditional W toe, six-row stitching, good looks, and Ariat performance. Flexible Duratread rubber soles are durable and resist barnyard acids. Stability and comfort are the result of ATS technology that handles the beatings of every-day work and riding dish out.

Product Features:

  • These boots are a great choice for everyday wear.
  • Is crafted from premium full rain leather with an intricate stitching overlay.
  • Offers the perfect blend of style and comfort.
  • Tough and flexible outsole with double pull straps allows easy pull on access.


Item Specifications:

Shaft Height:
11"

Toe Shape:
W

Outsole Composition:
Rubber

Gender:
Men

Technology:
ATS

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I have an high top of foot arch will my foot be able to get in the boot?
Nettie on Dec 15, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, you should since it doesn't have a saddle camp over the instep. Also, you can take the insole out until they are broken in to give you more room.
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