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Ariat Boots for Women

In most cases, mucking out horses and looking good at the pub for lunch would require a few different sets of footwear. But not when youve purchased yourself a classic pair of Ariat boots. These trusty boots will keep your feet warm and dry through all weathers, but still make you look a million dollars out on the town with your favourite pair of jeans.

Whether youre a professional equestrian athlete, a die-hard horse lover or just enjoy embracing the western style, ladies Ariat boots will be your new best friend.

How to take care of your Ariat boots
But it cant be all about taking in any relationship. To stay on even footing, be sure to keep your boots well looked after so they can look after you. Here are some tips:

-Keep them wiped clean every time you use them. You want to avoid any stains or build up of dirt, especially if youve put them through their paces in muddy fields. Be sure to thoroughly clean the zips and inside any creases.

-If they get really wet, make sure you stuff them with newspaper or tissue paper to absorb the water, and leave them out to dry.

-Once theyre dried out, give them a coat of leather conditioner, followed by a good waterproofing agent. Make sure to rub it all off to get rid of excess, and polish them up to give them a lovely shine.

-Finally, try to keep your boots away from direct heat, such as radiators or fireplaces, to avoid the surface cracking. Store tall boots on a boot tree to help keep their shape, and avoid wearing them every single day (it could be tricky!) to give them time to air out.

Keeping up this regular cleaning and maintenance routine will ensure that your boots stay in great condition for years to come and lengthen the number of adventures you can have together. Looking for even more womens boots? Browse the wide selection on eBay and choose from a huge collection of boots for women in styles for every occasion.

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