About Ariat Breda H2O Western Boots - Waterproof, Leather (For Women)
Closeouts. A far cry from run-of-the-mill muck boots, Ariat's Breda H2O western boots provide the durable, waterproof breathable protection you need at the barn or on the trail, but with the added style of a leather upper and quilted shaft.
Specs about Ariat Breda H2O Western Boots - Waterproof, Leather (For Women)
- Waterproof system: Waterproof breathable membrane
- Vamp: Leather
- Toe: Round
- Heel style: Walking
- Outsole: Duratread rubber
- Heel height: 1-1/2"
- Shaft: Leather with twin gore stretch fit side panels
- Height: 11"
- Lining: Textile
- Removable insole
- Midsole: Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA)
- Shank: Composite
- Weight (pair): 2 lb. 8 oz.
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by HOrse 2 from Colo on Sunday, February 22, 2015These are nice and comfortable boots. I have only gotten to wear them a few times.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Minboise from Boise on Sunday, February 8, 2015These boots fit well, although a little sloppy in the heel. They're more 'industrial' than I had hoped; not really something I'd like to sport downtown.
They're warm, and definitely waterproof.
Reviewed by Donkey lady from New England on Friday, February 6, 2015Perfect for the barn, casual office wear, city streets, etc. if you want to use in frigid weather order a half size up so heavy socks will fit. True to my foot size (6). Little to no breaking time.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Oklahoma Rancher from Oklahoma on Wednesday, January 14, 2015I bought a pair of these late last fall and have been wearing them to the barn all winter. Wasn't sure how waterproof the leather would be, but they're great. After I've been in the mud, I wash them off and stay completely dry. No stinky feet like rubber boots give, either. I bought a second pair while they were on sale. I'll wear them to town on wet days until I need them for the barn. I'm set for years!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by EmDee from North Bay Area, California on Thursday, December 25, 2014Bought these waterproof boots to negotiate the rain-soaked winter we're having in California this year (thankfully). They are comfortable and very sturdy. While they could be used as work boots they are also stylish enough for city wear. I don't normally wear high boots like these but these fit like a glove and are very well-constructed. Very happy with the purchase, great value for price.
Question & Answer
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I haven't worn them in really deep snow but in 2-3 inches and my feet stayed warm and dry.
Yes these boots do awesome in snow and slush conditions. Feet stay dry, no problem!
No snow ordinarily where I live in Texas. I would imagine a little snow would not be a problem, but there are gussets on the sides starting about at the ankle. I would not recommend wearing them in ankle deep or higher snow.
You can wear these boots in the snow, but I have not tested their level of "waterproofness" by standing in a puddle or getting them soaked.
I have not worn this in the snow yet. However the product tag attached to the boots states that it is waterproof and warm. The first time we have a heaven snow I will try it out. I had to get next size up, my actual size was a little too snug, a
Though the larger size is slightly loose I can add a cushion or wear thick socks and still be very comfortable.
Yes, I just did this week, but we are talking 1-2" of snow. I don't know they are insulated enough to handle 6" of snow or the deep cold that may come with it. They are not heavily insulated - just layers of thick leather. But the bottoms are sturdy for rough hiking. And, they are definitely waterproof - I have gone through very deep puddles over and over without a problem.
Yes, these boots are warm and dry in the snow. I have walked in several inches of snow several times and with a pair of wool socks these boots keep my feet warm and comfortable.
“Would these boots be good for winter horseback riding? Wondering if they are too bulky to put in a stirrup.
These are not too bulky for riding. I can slip my foot into the stirrup without any issues. I ride in a standard aluminum stirrup with a 2" wide bottom.
I have not ridden with them but they are not bulky. I do not think there would be a problem.
They fit fine in my western stirrups, I don't know if stirrup dimensions are different for other disciplines. These are not like the clunky waterproof boots you find in the feed store, they are much more refined looking. Should be great for riding in inclement weather, but I wouldn't muck stalls on a regular basis in them, they are too nice for that
Yes, I believe they would fit in a regular sized english stirrup. I mainly ride western and they fit in my not-oversized western stirrups. They are super comfortable and very warm!