Women's Rocky® Barnstormer Waterproof Mid Hiking Boots, Brown / Khaki

Item # WX2-228353

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Rocky® Barnstormer WATERPROOF Mid Hiking Boots. Women's equestrian - friendly hiking boots were built for the saddle!

Built from the ground up for the modern equestrian and cowgirl, Rocky® Barnstormer Hiking Boots with loads of comfort and sure-footed stability! These hiking boots sport a rider-friendly heel and a muck and mud-resistant outsole - must-have stuff for the regular rider or rancher. They're built to ride, but their comfort and good looks make an easy transition outside of the barn, too.

Details:
  • Ranch-worthy distressed, burnished full-grain leather uppers give these hiking boots a durable and stylish look
  • 100% Rocky waterproof construction will keep your hiking boots dry
  • Riding-friendly heel was made for the saddle
  • Muck and mud-resistant, hard-wearing rubber / EVA outsole
  • Moisture-wicking mesh lining
  • Lightweight, durable fiberglass shank provides underfoot support
  • Dual-density comfort insole
  • Each approx. 16 ozs.

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Mid Hiking Boots, Brown / Khaki

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