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    Ariat Womens Gilded Gypsy Old West Black Western Boot

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    Product Description

    Ariat Womens Gilded Gypsy Old West Black Western Boot is a narrow width boot that is perfect for casual wear or out for a day riding. Rock ‘n roll meets cowgirl style with the edgy artwork and detailing. The unique scrolling embroidery, Swarovski crystals, and metal hardware styling make this boot sassy and girly. Authentic leathers and craftsmanship along with advanced footbed technology are synonymous with Ariat. The exclusive ATS technology provides superior support and cushions your feet for all day comfort, promoting good posture and reducing fatigue. The ATS footbed has a low friction surface to protect from heat build-up and blistering. These are a narrow witdh boot.

    ATS Technology
    Stability and Comfort from Ariat's Innovative Mid-Level Technology: Ariat's exclusive Advanced Torque Stability (ATS) Technology supports and cushions the foot as you move, promoting good posture and reducing fatigue so that you can work or play all day.

    • Moisture-wicking footbed provides cool, dry comfort.
    • Gel-cushioned footbed with heel stabilizer delivers support, rebound, and stability.
    • Lightweight, ergonomic composite forked shank enhances stability.
    • Works with a variety of use-specific outsoles.

    • Premium full-grain leather
    • Pull-tabs for easy on/off
    • 13 inch shaft
    • Embroidered and bedazzled shaft
    • 1.625 inch futurity heel
    • ATS footbed technology
    • Square toe
    • Hand nailed veg tan leather outsole

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