You can’t have too many boots

A new pair of boots arrived yesterday and the timing couldn’t have been better. I’m fresh off the plane from that crazy trip to Miami where women wore shoes like these …

Honestly … which seems more sensible: comfy, cushy Ariat boots or the above? I’m no style maven and I do (for the most part) proclaim function over form. What that says about me I’m not quite sure (and frankly don’t care). I do know I could run circles around someone perched precariously on stilettos. And my back wouldn’t ache in the morning.

I’m so stoked about these boots. Country Outfitter suggested I select a pair and I’m so glad I took them up on the offer. The company carries a variety of top western brands including Justin, Ariat, Lucchese, Tony Lama, Stetson and Carhartt. They sell everything from jeans to insulated overalls to jewelry to hats and everything in between.

The quality is exceptional and the customer service … impeccable.

I ordered these Ariat Rawhide Square Toe boots in Mission Brown/Red Light. The quality is evident and they’re sooo comfortable. The boots come from a trusted brand — Ariat — and I’m happy to say Country Outfitter is now on my list of trusted suppliers.

The first pair didn’t fit quite right, so I sent them back for a different size. The exchange was seamless and the new pair arrived quickly. I couldn’t be happier! And I hope you’ll go take a look at the online store.

If you’re looking for western or farm and ranch apparel, check out Country Outfitter. And you can visit them on facebook, too. You’ll find boot fitting guides, links to blog posts about favorite country stars and more!

Thanks Country Outfitter. I love my boots!

And you’ll be hearing from me again very soon!

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2 Comments

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    rebekahg March 1, 2012 (11:43 am)

    Those sure are purdy boots! Lucky duck!!

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    Jane March 6, 2012 (10:02 am)

    My friend Jent got a pair from them to blog about, too – and she loved her new Ariats, too! 🙂