Ariat Divino Field Boot Review

Ariat Divino Field Boot Review


KARA: Hi, I’m Kara from Marketing, and today I’ll be reviewing
the Ariat Divino Field Boot. What I really like about
this boot is it makes my leg look really long and slim. Sometimes I find it a
little difficult to find one that does
that without being too tight on my calf, but because they have
the contoured ankle they don’t bunch at the ankle
and they still fit my calf really nicely. One other really great
thing is that you can only get these boots at SmartPak. I also really like how soft
and supple the leather is when you first take them out
of the box. It made them really easy
to break in. After only a couple of weeks, they felt like they were made
just for me. Another great feature about
the boots is they have a mobility curve below the knee, so when you’re in the riding
position they don’t pinch. These boots also have elastic
laces which reduces instep pressure, which is really nice for someone
like me who has a high arch. I’m an eventer and I really
like these boots for dressage but because they have great
traction they provide a good grip in the irons for jumping. Plus, the classic square toe
and the slim look make them great for any show ring. Dirt and dust wipe off very
easily with a damp sponge or cloth. But I also like to use
SmartPak’s leather cleaner and conditioner
for extra protection. I typically wear a size
six and a half but, with these boots
because they have the contoured foot
and ankle I found that it was hard to fit into my
normal size so I sized up to a 7. I would
definitely recommend sizing up half a size for these. In other Ariat boots I typically
get a regular calf and a medium height and I found
that with these boots that same measurement worked great. I’m Kara, and the Ariat Divino Field Boot
will add elegance to your riding apparel.

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