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Ariat Cwoboy Boots For Sale

Below are Ariat cowboy boots for sale on eBay. There are usually hundreds of Ariat boots in Western and English sytles. Please scroll down for a description of Ariat ATS Technology and Ariat 4LR Technology.

Ariat ATS Technology

When reading descriptions about Ariat boots, you're liable to see the expression "ATS Technology." So, what is that? ATS stands for Advanced Torque Stability. Ariat boots with ATS Technology offer 3 times the support and stability of boots with a steel shank, which greatly helps to reduce or eliminate fatigue in the feet, lower legs, and back. In addition, there is a gel-cushion insole that conforms to your foot. ATS Technology is one of the main reasons Ariat boots are renowned for their comfort, whether riding all day or walking.

Ariat 4LR Technology

Another term you might see describing Ariat boots or footwear is "4LR Technology." This stands for "4 Layer Rebound" and refers to the inner and outer soles of the boot or footwear. 4LR means the boot or shoe features EVA cushioning, a moisture wicking sock liner, a metatarsal support pad, and Ariat’s patented DuratreadTM outsole. Boots and footwear with 4LR Technology provide long lasting comfort and flexibility.

Boot Styles

Field Boots (An English Style Of Boot): Field boots are tall, coming close to the rider's knees. They have lacing at the ankles that allows for the rider to adjust how tight they are across the top of the foot. Field boots are typically worn for jumping disciplines, may or may not have a zipper up the back, and are traditionally black in color.

Paddock Boots (An English Style Of Boot): Paddock boots are ankle height and used mainly for pleasure riding or everyday wear. Typically, a paddock boot has laces or a zipper up the front.

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