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        09-10-2010, 11:45 PM
    Boot fit

    Do Ariat boots run small? I am looking into getting a pair. I haven't decided on which pair, but I am looking for a boot with a square toe and a taller shaft (I currently wear Justin gypsy boots and they have a short shaft).

    Also, any suggestions on a pair to look at?

    Thanks for answering!
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        09-11-2010, 08:39 PM
        09-12-2010, 01:42 PM
    Green Broke
    I wear their english boots and they don't seem to run small. I wear a 9-10 (depending on the company) and my 10 1/2's fit a little big (it's all they had at the tack shop and I NEEDED tall boots). So they run pretty normal in english, and I'd guess they would for western too! I love Ariat brand! It's the only boots I've ever owened I think...
        09-13-2010, 12:25 AM
    Thanks! The only reason I ask is because I wear 7-7 1/2's B width and I tried on a pair of 7's at Farm King, and I couldn't get them off they were so tight! And I do have an old injury in my left ankle that gave me a lot of scar tissue and it hurts if I bend it in a certain way and then leaves me sore for a couple of days.

    I do love my short boots; but the tall ones look soo much cooler! And I want a pair of Ariats because I hear they are great, durable boots

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