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Ariat Eskdale H20 Waterproof Boots

£179.95 GBP
10021514/030/RM

Women's Eskdale Country Boots by Ariat

Be prepared to take on even the worst weather conditions, in comfort and style in your beautiful Ariat Eskdales 

Crafted from premium full grain, fully waterproof leather and suede

Benefit from Ariats Four Layer Rebound (4LR™), which cushions and stabilises the foot for unrivalled comfort and performance when you need it 

With quality Ariat branded real brass buckles and medial stretch fit gusset 

Fully waterproof membrane and duratread outsole enabling you to wear these boots in all weather conditions and terrain 

    As leather is a natural product, please note the colour of your boots may vary from that shown

    Calf Width (CM) - 36.8-39 

    UK Size 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5
    EU Size  36 36.5 37 37.5 38 38.5 39 40 41 41.5

     

    Colour; Java

    Key Features

    • Fully waterproof to just below buckles 
    • Adjustable brass buckles 
    • Stretch fit gusset 
    • Pull tabs 
    • Beautiful full grain leather and suede upper 

     

    Ariat

    Ariat boots care guide

    These boots will quickly become a staple of your outdoors or equestrian wardrobe. 
    To ensure your gorgeous Ariat boots stand the test of time, its important to give them a little TLC every now and again. 

    Animal manure and other liquids (particularly salt water) can be corrosive to leather; washing your boots thoroughly with clean water after contact is essential to maintaining the fabric in tip-top condition. Use a soft brush cleaning kit and leather cleaner where necessary. 

    We recommend always cleaning and drying boots before storing. Treating with a leather or suede conditioner from our range of Ariat's products or other cleaning products is also suggested, particularly before storing for a prolonged period. 

    To avoid damage to the fabric, always test cleaners and conditioners on a small, inconspicuous area of the leather before treating the whole boot.