Slide into a Pair of Ariat Boots #Review #2014HolidayGiftGuideSSL #GiftsforHim

How many of you are or have a hard working man in your life? How about a life working in construction, factories, plants, on a farm/ranch and so forth? Well I do. Nothing could be better than a perfect comfortable fitting boot. One that is going to support you through a long shift while being on your feet all day. Ariat is the company just for that. Founded in 1993, Ariat’s designs deliver stability, durability and comfort. They are a company that is devoted to making outstanding products that are built for rough outdoor wear ranging form riding, ranching or working outdoors.

When I heard that I was going to be able to work with Ariat I knew exactly what I wanted! Outstanding boots for my hard working husband. Sweet Southern Lovin had the opportunity to work with Ariat to review their Sierra Square Toe with a steel safety toe.  The Sierra Square Toe boot is made from premium full-grain leather. It has a DuratreadTM outsole that is oil resistant, slip resistant and heat resistant. It is made to have maxium durablity even in the hashest conditions. With the outsole it can withstand high heat, even high abrasion occupations. It has a 10″ shaft height and it’s certified for electrical hazard. And with the ATS technology you are provided with all day comfort. With the Goodyear welt construction you are going to have great dependable durability as well.

My husband is an Iron Worker at a Nuclear Plant. Before his training position he was literally busting rods all day, but now he does a little of everything while training out on the field or giving tests in the office. My husband is a heavy set man with big wide feet. He goes through boots usually every 3 to 6 months. We always have trouble finding a boot that fits his foot width. Usually about a month into wearing his boots you can see where the shoe start bulging from the width of his foot. Also find a wide boot that is steel toe, yeah it can be like trying to find a needle in a hay stack. When I came across the Sierra Square Toe boots I knew they would be perfect for his line of work. With him being a trainer he has to dress more up but still meet the standard working attire. The Sierra Square Toe boots make his attire more professional looking but all while still meeting work specifications and comfort!

He loved the ease of being able to put them on with the handy side grips. He thought he would have to buy an extra insole for added comfort, like he always has to do, but not with the Ariat Sierra Square Toes. He worked a 12 hour shift and said that it was the most comfortable shoe he has ever owned. And he is saying that about a brand new shoe, usually that needs some “breaking in” before the are somewhat comfortable. He also loved the leather that went around the top of his foot and to the back of his heel. He said that he gave him an extra feel of support when working up high on the rods. Safety and comfort are big for my husband out on his job and with the Ariat Sierra Square Toe boots he had all that and more. Everything from the construction, to the design, to the width of these boots was just spot on perfect. I don’t see him using anything but Ariat now for his work boot. You truly won’t be disappointed with their products. They are really top of the line products, and for just $164.95 you can have these Sierra Square Toe with safety steel toes.

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