ARIAT Women's Circuit Champion Western Boot


  • 100% Leather, Textile
  • Imported
  • Leather sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 13.5" from arch
  • Heel measures approximately 2"
  • Boot opening measures approximately 16.5" around
  • Full-grain leather foot



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Circuit Champion Western BootTraditional design mixes with bright, floral fabrications for a fresh take on Western. Built-in features supply the comfort and stability you need. Full-grain leather foot Bright textile upper with leather collar detailing Scratched and scoured leather outsole Duratreadâ„ heel tap 4LRâ„ footed support and cushioning 12 shaft: 1.375 heel

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Package Dimensions: 18.4 x 14.8 x 4.8 inches
  • Item model number: 10019943
  • Date First Available: September 29, 2016
  • ASIN: B01L853AOS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #587,746 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
    • #263212 in Women's Shops
    • #1261 in Women's Mid-Calf Boots

    I am an Ariat loyalist. All my riding boots for 16+ years have been Ariats. I'll tell anyone who will listen that they're the best looking and most comfortable boots money can buy. That being said, this was the first pair I've ever had that killed my feet and caused sores. One consistent and awesome thing about this brand's boots is the fact I never have to break them in, they're ready to wear out of the box. Not the case with these ones. Are they beautiful? Absolutely! Are they well built? You betcha! Do I think twice about wearing them for a long day with the horses? Yeah. Bottom line is, they'll be great boots when they get broken in. But again, that's not what I've come to love and appreciate about Ariat boots.

    Super cute. Like most cowboy boots, these feel like Chinese foot-binding when you’re breaking them in but they do get more comfortable and are very fun. I still don’t love how the heels fit is my only complaint; the slope is pretty dramatic.

    While these boots are adorable, they are super impractical. I walked from my house to my vehicle, which was maybe 50 feet, and when I looked at the bottoms when I got inside, they were so scuffed and already had gouges in them! For being $170, and professional boots, I was super dissatisfied and am curious as to when/where I can wear them if that is how easily they will be destroyed! If you are planning on using these for practical uses, I would consider something else. If I was able to return, I would.

    Great looking Boots. Very comfortable! Love these.

    If you have larger calves then these boots will not fit! The soles are very slippery and they aren’t as cute in person

    This is the first pair of Ariat's that have not fit perfect from the minute I got them. They are the right length just so tight across the top of the foot that could barely get my foot in or out. Also not impressed with the "Shelf" around the heal. I can safely say that if I need spurs on this boot there would not be a problem with them falling off the heal. Overall construction poor. Ariat used to put a ribbon strip on the inside seam of the shaft and this is just one way they have decreased the quality of their product. They have also put a foot bed in this boot that is not nearly as good as the past boots I have owned. That was a trademark quality that kept me buying Ariat. Now I will think twice and look for a boot manufactured for real riding not just a fashion statement.

    They are great boots but buy a half size up. They fit well in the heels but are very tight through the toes unless you have fairly narrow feet.

    These are beautiful and my daughter loves them! I would not buy them for farm work, these are more of a dress up boot in my opinion.

    I love these boots! They look incredible- the coloured textile sides are vibrant and the leather and stitching look great and I love the detail to the leather soles! They feel great on though they just need to be broken in a little.