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post #1 of 4 Old 04-25-2014, 11:35 AM Thread Starter
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Question Women's Western boots

Does anyone make women's western riding boots with leather soles???

I've got a $200-ish budget but can only find real riding boots with crepe soles, seems leather soles are only available on pointy-toed fashion boots.

My preference back in the day was lace up ropers (Ariats & Justins - neither of which have leather soles now,) so I'll try pull-ons if necessary. My pulled-from-storage circa 1997 Justin Lacers are literally disintegrating, but my new Justin AQHA Q-Crepe Series gave me a scary foot-stuck-to-stirrup incidence on my greenie and I refuse to ride in crepe again.
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post #2 of 4 Old 04-25-2014, 01:07 PM
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Check out the durango flirt if your a fan of squared toed boots. ive got a pair of those and they are beyond amazing. I wore out 2 pairs of ariats in the time ive had my durangos and my durangos have put up with more than ariats ever did. My durangos have had barb wire stabbed through them, barb wire scratch them, thorny locusts through them, been through mud and water, theve been in the sturrips a couple times to! Id deffenitly invest in another pair of these!
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I don't blame you for not wanting to ride in crepe or rubber soles!

I have some Boulets that I have been riding in for three years that I am just now going to send in to get resoled. I was surprised how long they have held up. Leather soles, roper heel, square toe and when I bought them I think I paid about $170. But my hubby has a pair and he hates them, says they hurt his feet to ride in them and another friend has said the same. But I love mine and have no issues with them.

I also have a pair of boots made by Resistol(I didn't know they made boots), leather sole, square toe and roper heel that I have ridden in a few times, they are mostly my town boots but they are good to ride in. I got them on sale for $120, can't remember what the original price was.

Anderson Bean, I have a pair leather soles, square toe and a riding/walking heel(not too high or underslung) I think those were spendier though($350?) I wear those to town and for shows.
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Thanks for the input!
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