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Ariat Men's Rambler Distressed Brown Boot
Ariat Men's Rambler Distressed Brown Boot
Ariat Men's Rambler Distressed Brown Boot
Ariat Men's Rambler Distressed Brown Boot
Ariat Men's Rambler Distressed Brown Boot
$152.29

$193.64

Ariat International

Ariat Men's Rambler Distressed Brown Boot

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Ariat was founded with one simple objective: to provide the most technologically advanced riding boots for the world's top equestrian athletes. Today, Ariat is the leading performance footwear and apparel brand for equestrian athletes around the world. From show jumping to team penning, Ariat boots provide the foundation upon which world-class athletes work, ride, and compete. The hardy Rambler boot from Ariat is built for riding and styled to make a statement. A great choice for everyday wear, this square-toe boot is crafted from premium, full-grain leather with a worn-in look. It's unlined for flexibility, and outfitted with a tough and flexible Duratread outsole. Ariat's exclusive ATS Technology composite fiber forked shank provides excellent support and stability, and the removable, moisture-wicking, gel-cushioned insole adds comfort. Import.

Customer Reviews

Based on 260 reviews
68%
(178)
21%
(54)
7%
(19)
2%
(6)
1%
(3)
S
S.
Sizing is definitely skewed

This is an awesome boot. Looks great and is super comfortable. The sizing, however, is way off. I wear a 13D or 14D in normal shoes - tennis, basketball, dress shoes and work boots. So I originally ordered a 13D. Got the shoes and the they were too narrow. Ordered a 14D and they were also too narrow. Ordered a 13EE and the right fit perfectly but the left was too narrow. Ordered a 14EE and they were so big, I could kick the boot off by flinging my leg forward. At this point I went to a local retailer that sells Ariat to see what my size is. The cowboy who runs the place (he is really a real cowboy - owns a huge ranch out here) gave me some advice about western boots: the length does not matter and the heel slippage doesn’t matter - what matters is that the widest part of the boot must be directly under the widest part of your foot because the arch of the boot lines up with the arch of your foot. Everything else will fall into place once the boot wears in and forms to the foot’s arch - pull on western boots shouldn’t really break in over the top of your foot as that’s what keeps them on your feet when you walk. When the boot breaks in under the arch of your foot and the balls of your feet break in the widest part of the boot, the boot essentially sucks itself onto your foot and stays put. He also has been selling Ariat for years and gave me some advice that he picked up along the way: Ariats made in Mexico fit true, Ariats made in China tend to run narrow and Ariats made in Vietnam run long. In the end, I ended up ordering a pair of 13EE through him and he ordered a three pairs for me to try on. I ended up with a pair from China that fit a little narrow, but after 3, 8-hour days, they have become my most comfortable shoe I currently own.

K
K.A.N.
Great boots

Comfortable

C
C.
Exactly what grandson wanted!

I purchased these boots for my grandson and they were just what he wanted!

C
C.
Exactly what grandson wanted!

I purchased these boots for my grandson and they were just what he wanted!

B
B.P.
Short shaft

They are difficult to get on, even in wide. Pay attention to dimensions. The arch to top is only 11 inches which I didn’t expect but it was too close to the birthday I got them for to return so I kept them. A taller boot would look better

Customer Reviews

Based on 260 reviews
68%
(178)
21%
(54)
7%
(19)
2%
(6)
1%
(3)
S
S.
Sizing is definitely skewed

This is an awesome boot. Looks great and is super comfortable. The sizing, however, is way off. I wear a 13D or 14D in normal shoes - tennis, basketball, dress shoes and work boots. So I originally ordered a 13D. Got the shoes and the they were too narrow. Ordered a 14D and they were also too narrow. Ordered a 13EE and the right fit perfectly but the left was too narrow. Ordered a 14EE and they were so big, I could kick the boot off by flinging my leg forward. At this point I went to a local retailer that sells Ariat to see what my size is. The cowboy who runs the place (he is really a real cowboy - owns a huge ranch out here) gave me some advice about western boots: the length does not matter and the heel slippage doesn’t matter - what matters is that the widest part of the boot must be directly under the widest part of your foot because the arch of the boot lines up with the arch of your foot. Everything else will fall into place once the boot wears in and forms to the foot’s arch - pull on western boots shouldn’t really break in over the top of your foot as that’s what keeps them on your feet when you walk. When the boot breaks in under the arch of your foot and the balls of your feet break in the widest part of the boot, the boot essentially sucks itself onto your foot and stays put. He also has been selling Ariat for years and gave me some advice that he picked up along the way: Ariats made in Mexico fit true, Ariats made in China tend to run narrow and Ariats made in Vietnam run long. In the end, I ended up ordering a pair of 13EE through him and he ordered a three pairs for me to try on. I ended up with a pair from China that fit a little narrow, but after 3, 8-hour days, they have become my most comfortable shoe I currently own.

K
K.A.N.
Great boots

Comfortable

C
C.
Exactly what grandson wanted!

I purchased these boots for my grandson and they were just what he wanted!

C
C.
Exactly what grandson wanted!

I purchased these boots for my grandson and they were just what he wanted!

B
B.P.
Short shaft

They are difficult to get on, even in wide. Pay attention to dimensions. The arch to top is only 11 inches which I didn’t expect but it was too close to the birthday I got them for to return so I kept them. A taller boot would look better