Reviewed by Phoenician 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 Farmer Pat from Iowa on Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Ok, I missed the Resistol label, even if Lucchese put these boots out. These are not "stylish" boots, but plain old work boots, emphasis on plain. That said, they are leather, wide but not very wide, bit narrow at the instep area. Sturdy boots, I am keeping them and hoping they won't rub in the instep too much. Otherwise, they are alright. I feel that I paid a fare price but would have sent them back had I paid more than $100 for these boots. These are not nice enough to wear to work, much too casual. Jean boot for sure.
Reviewed by klwest from Chico on Saturday, December 21, 2013
I originally bought these for my daughter's horse back lessons. She is very picky and loves the fit of these boots. While they are not the 'cutest' boots, they are a great everyday boots with lasting comfort. I just bought myself a pair to wear to the barn and am very happy with the fit and comfort. They are true to size (I wear a 6) and they are made very well. I only gave them four stars because I believe they could add a bit more design for give them more 'flair'.
Reviewed by Barn Rat from Washington on Monday, November 04, 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.
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