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    Ariat Womens Unbridled Roper Boot - Distressed Brown

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    Product Description

    These Ariat Womens Unbridled Roper Boots are feminine performance boots with a relaxed fit through the upper, throat and foot. Handcrafted from distressed full-grain brown leather, these 10 inch vintage bomber boots showcase pink embroidery designs near the openings for some stylish flavor. These are the ideal boots for the rodeo cowgirl who likes to stay light, and comfortable, on her feet.

    Ariat Womens Heritage Western R Toe Boot Features:

    • ATS Technology provides all day stability and comfort
    • Pro Crepe Light outsoles offer all the benefits of a traditional crepe sole without weighing her down
    • Pull tabs and dip openings make it easier when pulling on.
    • Full-grain leather upper
    • Dual side pull on loops

    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.

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