Women's Ariat® 8" Fatbaby Cowgirl Cowboy Boots

Item # WX2-282507

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Women's Ariat® Fatbaby Cowgirl Boots... ready to ride in all-day comfort! BIG SAVINGS!

Whether you're in the saddle or working in the barn, you can trust these Fatbaby Boots from Ariat® to keep your feet wrapped in cushioned comfort. These performance riding Boots have ATS™ "easy on the feet" technology to cradle, stabilize and cushion your feet. Plus, it's proven to reduce stress and shock to your feet, lower legs and back with a foot-conforming gel-cushion insole and composite fiber forked shank, for 3 times the stability of a typical steel shank.

Saddle up:
  • Pull holes for easy on / off
  • Flexible, long-lasting and slip-resistant Duratread™ heel
  • Durable, streamlined Ariat exclusive Pro Crepe® Light outsole, 30% thinner than Ariat traditional crepe outsole
  • Performance riding boot
  • 1 1/2" heel. Each approx. 8" h., 16 ozs.

State Color and Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. Medium width. In 2 looks to fit your style perfectly... order ONLINE now!

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