About Ariat Preston Tall Boots - Leather (For Women)
Closeouts. From Ariat's English Manor Collection of equestrian-inspired designs, these Preston tall boots are crafted of supple, premium full-grain leather with soft leather lining and a buckle accent.
Specs about Ariat Preston Tall Boots - Leather (For Women)
- Upper: Leather
- Lining: Leather and textile
- Outsole: Rubber
- Calf circumference: 16"
- Height: 17"
- Heel height: 2"
- Weight (pair): 2 lb. 10 oz.
- Runs large, order 1/2 size smaller
- Made in Mexico
- Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by lb from North Carolina on Thursday, January 30, 2014I liked them so much that I ordered a black pair. True to size, a little tight around calf at first. After wearing them a few days they go on as they should. They are a little dressy or casual. Well made.
Reviewed by lb from North Carolina on Sunday, January 26, 2014These are the very comfortable boots. At first they are a little hard to get on, and a little tight around the calf. However after wearing them several times I have no problem with them now. They are made very well. The foot area is a wide which is fine for me because I happen to have a somewhat wide foot. I ordered a 5.5 I usually wear a 5 to 6 just depending on the shoe. They go up to the knee. I am really enjoying them.
Reviewed by Bellarunride from Alabama on Saturday, January 11, 2014These are nice boots that have a little more of a dressy look to them. I am hoping that they break in and soften up a bit because initially they are a bit stiff. They do run a little smaller than the typical Ariat boot but I still found the footbed to be wider than the average pair of boots. I am only giving them a three star rating because the leather just doesn't seem to have the usual quality the I am accustom to Ariat having. It may improve with age but it has a bit of a plastic look to it. I am 5.7 and the boots come up to just below the knee. I did not have any issue with the calf circumference or with pulling my foot into the footbed.
Reviewed by Minnie the Singer from Herndon, Virginia on Sunday, November 3, 2013Beautiful boots, had no trouble with the height. Leather was soft, while having enough structure to maintain its upright shape.
Lovely detailing, excellent finish. I ordered my usual size, 6-1/2 in Medium width. I would probably have fit into a 7-1/2 WW, were
that size available.
I could not fit my foot into the boot! The boot was too narrow, and there was too little clearance, to slide my foot in. Too bad, I'd
wanted a pair of Ariats because of their reputation for finish and durability for a long time.
Back they went.
Reviewed by trail hiker from CT on Monday, October 28, 2013These boots seemed to be styled after a true equestrian boot. The ankle is tight as it should be so it is not sloppy and baggy. The boots are tall to account for the drop as they break in. I am 5'2" and they come to my knee cap but once they break in and drop they should be right below my knee. Well made leather boot.
Question & Answer
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“I'm trying to figure out how supportive this boot is, as I need a lot of arch and torsional support due to ankle problems and plantar fasciitis. Does it have good torsional stability (i.e. a shank, and if so what kind)? Is there good arch support, or is the insole at least removable to accommodate an orthotic?”
The boot's sole has good torsional stability and had good arch support. The insole is not removable.
“Your description of the boot does not give the height of the boot or the height of the heel. What is the circumference of the calf? I need a boot made for a very slim calf. I also wear a narrow show, is the "medium" on the narrow or wide side?”
You'll find most of these details under the "specs" tab