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Ariat Women's Black Heritage Breeze Zip Paddock Boots Footwear
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$155.94

Ariat International

Ariat Women's Black Heritage Breeze Zip Paddock Boots Footwear

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A very comfortable footwear embedded with Ariat's 4LR� technology. Very comfortable and provides additional support that is suited for everyday use. Completely washable and easy to maintain. Made of soft full-grain leather upper. It also has moisture wicking and breathable lining that keeps your feet dry. Imported
  • Very comfortable and provides additional support that is suited for everyday use
  • A very comfortable footwear embedded with Ariat's 4LR™ technology
  • Completely washable and easy to maintain
  • Made of soft full-grain leather upper
  • It also has moisture wicking and breathable lining that keeps your feet dry

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
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m
m.
Perfect

Perfect fit and price.

R
R.G.
Arrived on time.

Arrived on time and are exactly what I needed!

K
K.(.
Good quality/Problem with fit

The leather is supple and the quality appears good. However, since I must send back these boots, I cannot speak to durability. I have low-volume feet. For me, the problem usually is not length or width but filling the volume of a boot/shoe. With the boot, I inserted a thicker full insole than the one that comes with the boot, and wore a thick boot sock, but I still could not fill out the volume of the boot. For comparison, I also ordered the Ariat Heritage III Paddock. The Heritage III runs more narrow, has better arch support that the Breeze Zip, and I have no problem with filling the Heritage III boots' volume. However, the Heritage III leather is stiffer and of poorer quality, and the tongue does seem to be vinyl. Quite a few reviews do mention the poorer quality/durability of the Heritage III. My upshot: the Heritage Breeze Zip appears to be of higher quality, with nice, supple pebbled leather. If you have no problem filling out volume of a boot, then the Breeze Zip would be good. The Heritage III has poorer-quality leather, but great arch support. Can't speak to durability, since haven't worn outside. By the way, though not a paddock boot, I also bought the Kodiak Waterproof Acadia Seam-Sealed Combat Boot (women). It is comfortable, pliable, warm, truly waterproof, and appears to have excellent quality, although I've worn them only twice, but walked a lot both times, throughout Seattle. If you're trying to find a low, comfortable boot that looks fun but is highly functional at the same time, I recommend the Kodiak.

H
H.I.
fast

Fast and great product

J
J.
Five Stars

Wife says they are as advertised. She replaced her very very old lace up Ariat paddock boots from 1999.

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
92%
(12)
0%
(0)
8%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
m
m.
Perfect

Perfect fit and price.

R
R.G.
Arrived on time.

Arrived on time and are exactly what I needed!

K
K.(.
Good quality/Problem with fit

The leather is supple and the quality appears good. However, since I must send back these boots, I cannot speak to durability. I have low-volume feet. For me, the problem usually is not length or width but filling the volume of a boot/shoe. With the boot, I inserted a thicker full insole than the one that comes with the boot, and wore a thick boot sock, but I still could not fill out the volume of the boot. For comparison, I also ordered the Ariat Heritage III Paddock. The Heritage III runs more narrow, has better arch support that the Breeze Zip, and I have no problem with filling the Heritage III boots' volume. However, the Heritage III leather is stiffer and of poorer quality, and the tongue does seem to be vinyl. Quite a few reviews do mention the poorer quality/durability of the Heritage III. My upshot: the Heritage Breeze Zip appears to be of higher quality, with nice, supple pebbled leather. If you have no problem filling out volume of a boot, then the Breeze Zip would be good. The Heritage III has poorer-quality leather, but great arch support. Can't speak to durability, since haven't worn outside. By the way, though not a paddock boot, I also bought the Kodiak Waterproof Acadia Seam-Sealed Combat Boot (women). It is comfortable, pliable, warm, truly waterproof, and appears to have excellent quality, although I've worn them only twice, but walked a lot both times, throughout Seattle. If you're trying to find a low, comfortable boot that looks fun but is highly functional at the same time, I recommend the Kodiak.

H
H.I.
fast

Fast and great product

J
J.
Five Stars

Wife says they are as advertised. She replaced her very very old lace up Ariat paddock boots from 1999.