Reviewed by LizinPhoenix from Phoenix on Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Ladies, I have worn many different brands of both riding and fashion boots, some RIDICULOUSLY expensive. These boots are extremely supportive and comfortable. They are a more practical western boot for someone who will actually be riding (horse, motorcycle, whatever) or walking. The footbed is cu...
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Reviewed by Barn Rat from Washington on Monday, November 4, 2013
These are well-made boots, but the leather is significantly blemished and of poor quality. They should not have made it past QC. That said, the construction and comfort make them a worthwhile purchase for work and riding, as long as they don't need to look good. The round toe and roper heel are more comfortable than most cowboy boots, but there is no arch support. The pair I got are true to size.
Reviewed by palomino from kempton, pa on Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Leather was less than great, not what I expected from this brand. It was very stiff and cardboard-like. I needed a half size larger (I ordered 8 and 8.5 at same time and needed the 8) and the fit was ok, no arch support at all, but it is a roper-style boot so that is normal. I wanted to love it, but didn't. Sent them back. They were very well made, I just did not like leather.
Reviewed by Pinky from Brooklyn on Wednesday, August 28, 2013
These boots were comfy from the moment I put them on and throughout the entire day. They do fit true to size. I like to order my boots half a size up to slip an arch support in with a little room for a thicker sock in the cooler weather. I also ordered the wide which for me provided added comfort. Very cute and simple boot. Rich brown color. Great with jeans or skirt/dress for casual wear. Great buy!
Reviewed by Bouldercat from OR on Sunday, August 25, 2013
These are simple, comfortable boots. The leather is dull and scuffs easily, but marks buff out. I wore them on a walk today, and there was no breaking-in time needed; they were comfortable from the start. I had to get these a half size larger as I do all shoes, and will need to get pads to prevent my heels from slipping, but that's an easy adjustment. I bought a 10B, have wide-spread toes (I usually wear Keens), and had no problem with toe crunch. I am looking forward to wearing these a lot, starting with a western-themed wedding next week.
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I can only answer based on my own experience. I have a bunion on my right foot only, and I own both Ariat & Lucchese boots. I wear my regular size in both brands of boots and have no discomfort due to the bunion. I would go with the B width in the size she normally wears.
Answered on 6/6/2013 4:31:08 PM by Cindy in GA from Georgia