Last Chance Dept.
What is it about a woman in cowboy boots?
It’s not simply a gender reversal thing is it? Does that even exist anymore?
Real men do gravitate towards a can-do woman. That angle does have legs.
Perhaps it’s more about the sacred nature of the female appendage. After all, I was recently reminded by a female friend that the legs are the last thing to go. There you have it. In the woman’s own psyche, the legs are the last bastion of sex appeal. Combine this with a “traditionally” masculine endeavor (cowboy-ing) and you have the yin and the yang.
A nice little love affair.
The Delphine Boot By Ariat (No. 4998). A full grain leather boot with Duratread outsole. Ariat’s Advanced Torque Stability (ATS) technology along with a gel-cushioned footbed and heel stabilizer provides all day comfort allowing you to play as hard as you like.
Full disclosure: These technologies did not exist in the 1860s when cowboy boots were invented. Moisture wicking footbed provides cool, dry comfort. 2 1/2” leather-wrapped heel heal. 12” shaft height.
Women’s sizes: 6 through 9, whole and half, 10 and 11.
Color: Dark Brown with Mulberry Floral.
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Material: Full grain leather.
Shaft Height: 12".
Heel Height: 2.5".