Ariat Men's Sedona Distressed Brown R-Toe Western Boot


Style #AR34625

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Are you missing those versatile boots that can go from work wear to western wear to party wear with the change of a shirt Here they are! These Ariat Distressed Sedona R-Toe Westerns cater to all of your foot needs with 4LR footbed featuring high-density foam cradled between EVA cushions & their signature moisture wicking sock liner with metatarsal support pad and contoured heel cup. The added feature of the Duratread outsole reassures durability and flexibility. The forged steel shank will totally eliminate foot fatigue allowing you to be on your feet all day long without and pain! This leather lined boot is a must have! Are you missing this Ariat boot in your closet

  • Medium R-Toe
  • 12'' Upper
  • Leather Lining
  • Four-Row Collar Stitched Pattern
  • Moisture Wicking Sock Liner
  • 4LR Footbed
  • Duratread Rubber Outsole
  • Distressed Brown Full-Grain Leather Foot & Upper
  • 2'' Cowboy Heel
  • Single Stitched Welt


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Excellent boot
I purchased this pair of boots over a year ago, and I am 100% impressed with the durability. I use them for pretty much anything from church to everyday work. They still look just as beautiful as they were brand new and I've done little maintenance on them. They took a little while to break in, but now are extremely comfortable. They're my 3rd pair of boots from this brand. Ariat has a customer for life.
April 14, 2020
Cheyenne, Wyoming
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Excellent boots
I bought a pair of these from a western outfitters about 4 years ago. They're the best boots I've ever owned. They took awhile to break in (but what boots don't) and once they were they felt like slippers. I'll likely never stray away from Ariat, let alone these specific boots!
July 23, 2018
Colorado Springs
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Boots that last...and last...and last...
I had the last pair of these boots for 15 years. I grew up on a farm and they have been my work boots. They went through every variation of manure you can think of and held up for all those years - only had to put a new heal on them once.

I only had to buy a new pair because of a frisky pet that decided it needed a new chew toy. The new pair is just as rough and ready as the last and the comfort is incredible. I never thought I could find a pair of cowboy boots this comfortable but I'm wearing them now.

Life time customer here for sure...
September 19, 2017
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Unbelievably comfortable
Just got these. Slipped them on and they are instantly very comfortable. Never thought boots could feel this good on your feet. I can't wait till I break them in.
July 21, 2017
Eagle, WI, United States
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The round toe was perfect the inside cushion is so
I just got these two weeks ago and are broken just right best pair of boots I have purchased in a long time
July 20, 2017
Wilmington, DE, United States
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Excellent longevity
I bought these boots in November of 2010 as a treat to my self for working a butt load of OT. Having grown up in Ariats I was expecting them to last a couple years. I never expected to still be wearing them almost seven years later. I've had cars not last that long. They don't look brand new any more but they're still comfortable and the soles are still solid. I love these boots. Best present I ever got myself.
May 23, 2017
Houston, TX, United States
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One of my favorites
No only are they one of my most comfortable pairs of boots but they just saved my leg in a motorcycle crash.
October 17, 2016
Marietta, GA, United States
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I wore these boots every day for 18 months
I worked on a horse ranch in the cascade mountains of Washington State. If there is any place that would test a pair of leather boots it's there. Every day, more often than not while raining, I would walk the field through mud half-way up the boot to pull horses. I rode in the saddle with these every day and just lived in them. I didn't even take good care of them, I mean a little mink oil here and there but I was not careful about it. Even so, these boots never failed me. Some small tears eventually formed where the boot bends to accommodate the foot/toe junction, but they were abused. I cleaned em up twice and went to two weddings. Looked fine. For the money, these boots are good quality. Highly recommend for ranch work/riding.
October 3, 2016
Washington, United States
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Good for show not work
First pair of ariats I ever owned. Lasted about a year until bottom seams ripped out of em and I couldn't even walk through wet grass without my feet getting wet. Soles were gone in 5 months and I walked on nails until I bought some new ones. Don't know how y'all are getting more than 2 years out of a boot unless y'all wear em every other day, I wear boots everyday winter/summer and boots last about 6 months. I will give it to ariat for lasting a year with me and looking good the whole way! If you want something to work in I recommend another model with better sole outside but as far as show to these look great and will get the job done!
July 7, 2016
Mississippi, United States
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Great boots!!
I bought a pair of these boots 15 years ago. I wore them for everything. I would clean them up and wear them to church or weddings one day and then turn around and wear them to work in. Them have been, wet, muddy, frozen, near caught on fire. They have been through the ringer over the last few years. I have worked construction and landscaping for the last 10 years or so. There was a time when these were the only thing I would wear on my feet. I am definitely going to buy another pair of these. Just a few days ago the sole on the heel finally fell off and they have a few small holes in them. The key to longevity with any good pair of boots is def taking care of them. I learned to take care of boots from my grandpa and his technique helped to make mine last as long as they did.
June 30, 2016
Kansas City, MO, United States
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