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Ariat Kids Fatbaby Cowgirl

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Product Summary:

Ariat® Children's Fatbaby Cowgirl Boots
Stylish and bright, these Fatbaby's are the perfect boot for any Cowgirl, whether she's riding, playing or just walking around.  The tough wearing Everlon combination EVA and blown rubber outsole and the 4LR™ (4 Layer Rebound Stability and Cushioning System) technology combine to give her superior comfort. The exclusive Booster Bed™ for Wiggle Room removes from beneath the foot bed as her feet grow, to make her favorite boots last even longer!
  • Performance riding boot
  • Full-grain leather foot with highly decorated shaft 
  • Exclusive Ariat® Booster Bed
  • 4LR™  technology
  • 7" Shaft Height 
Item Specifications:
Premium Full-Grain Leather

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granddaughter just could not live without them
David P on Jun 30, 2014
Are they safety for work???
A shopper on Oct 2, 2016
Best Answer: It depends if by work you mean, does it have safety ratings? If you need a steel or composite toe then this isn't the boot for you. We do make a fatbaby with a safety toe. If you mean work as in at the barn, on the ranch, at a retail store, etc then yes!
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what size for an 8 year old?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2016
Best Answer: You'll have to get the child's feet measured. Their age does not equate to a foot size. There may be an app or website that can help you do it at home.
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