Ariat Brown Zip Up H20 Boots
Ariat Brown Zip-Up H20 Riding Boots are for Riders who love the stylish look and comfort of Ariat Boots.
Wear them all day every day, they always look good.
Ariat Zip-Up H20 Riding Boots are for riders who won’t let the weather hamper their riding adventures.This waterproof shoe is made with an oiled full-grain leather upper, padded upper collar and antiqued brass zip system.
The waterproof membrane construction outside and moisture-wicking lining inside keeps moisture out and feet warm and dry.
Reflective piping details add visibility in low light conditions.ATS® footbed technology combined with an EVA midsole and Duratread™ outsole gives the Terrain Zip H2O superior comfort and enduring stability for long-distance riding.
Stability and Comfort from Ariat’s® Innovative Mid-Level Technology: Ariat’s® exclusive Advanced Torque Stability (ATS®) Technology supports and cushions the foot as you move, promoting good posture and reducing fatigue so that you can work or play all day. Moisture-wicking footbed provides cool, dry comfort.
Gel-cushioned footbed with heel stabilizer delivers support, rebound, and stability.
Lightweight, ergonomic composite forked shank enhances stability.
How to fit your Ariat Zip-Up H20 Riding Boots
Put the boot on, but leave it unzipped. As you push your toes forward, you should feel some room behind your heel. If not, the boot is too small and you should go up half a size. Center your foot in the boot and lace it up snugly but not too tightly. The toe area should feel roomy, and your toes should have room to breathe. Lace up the boots and keep in mind that you can adjust the tightness of the laces at any time- you may have to adjust to get the fit you want. Expect a small amount of movement (lift) in the heel as you walk, because a boot that fits properly should flex as you walk, and your heel should lift a little, but not too much. New boots will have a stiffer sole. As you break in the boot, the sole will flex to a comfortable level and most slippage should stop. If the boot is too loose in the instep, either adjust the laces or try a half a size smaller.
Note: The half sizes increase in width only, not length.