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Ariat Ladies Unbridled Boots

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Product Summary:

Ariat® Ladies' Unbridled™ Boots
The Unbridled™ is a boot a cowgirl can really kick back or kick up her heels in. These are feminine performance boots with a relaxed fit through the upper, throat and foot. Handcrafted from premium full-grain leather, with contrast leather detail and stitching. The Pro Crepe® Light outsole offers all the benefits of a traditional crepe sole without weighing her down and ATS® (Advanced Torque Stability) footbed technology provides stability and comfort with every step. This is the performance boot for the rodeo cowgirl who likes to stay light and comfortable on her feet.
  • Exclusive ATS® foot bed technology 
  • Pro Crepe® Light outsole
  • 10" shaft height
  • 1 1/2" heel height
Item Specifications:
Full-grain leather
Powder Brown/Mesa Brown (Brown/Red)---Round Toe

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Description says heel height is 3 1/2" ??? Is that a type-o?
A shopper on Feb 3, 2015
Best Answer: Ariat advises us this boot's heel height is 1.5". We will update our Web listing. Thank you for bringing it to our attention!
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Feb 13, 2015
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when will you have blue in a size 8.5?
gaby h on Dec 14, 2014
Best Answer: Unfortunately the Brown/Blue Square Toe style is a discontinued item and is no longer available. We do still offer the Brown/Red in the Round Toe Style.
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