You're driven by a strong ethic, and you depend on your Ariat 10004986 Men's Aged Bark Sierra Traditional Work Boots to keep you going. Not that you haven't tried other boots, but by the end of the day they all left you feeling like you'd walked to two county fairs ... (see full details) (see specifications) #ART10004986.
Ariat Boots: Men's 10004986 Goodyear Welted Wellington Work Boots
You're driven by a strong ethic, and you depend on your Ariat 10004986 Men's Aged Bark Sierra Traditional Work Boots to keep you going. Not that you haven't tried other boots, but by the end of the day they all left you feeling like you'd walked to two county fairs and a goat whoopin'.
It's no coincidence these boots feel like they're made especially for your feet. You see, the sole construction features a Goodyear Welt. This accounts for why they're so darn comfortable. The welt is stitched to the boot upper, insole and lining in a single process. The outsole is then stitched to the bottom of the welt. The hollow space created by the inseam between the inner and outer sole is filled with a flexible compound that actually molds to the shape of your feet. All this also makes the soles repairable.
You're not afraid of heights, but when you're going up and down ladders, it's good to know you've got 90-degree heels for added grip. Added features include a steel toe with impact resistance up to 2500 pounds; and the soles are oil and slip-resistant. These boots feature non-conductive electrical shock resistant soles and heels.
Oh, yeah, you play as hard as you work. The roper toe profile and Western stitch detail make the fawn-colored Ariat 10004986 Men's aged Bark Sierra Traditional Work Boot a great boot for stepping out.
Formally known as 37227
Sizes Manufactured: B 10 - 12,13 | D 7 - 12,13,14 | EE 6 - 12,13,14
Ariat boots are so comfortable for a pull on boot I was shocked. Had to have them. I love not having to lace boots up bit most pull on boots don't fit that well. These do. Goodyear bottoms so you know in a few years when you finally ware the bottoms down your local shoe repair shop will be able to put new bottoms on them to keep you going. I'd recommend these to all