Ariat Girl's Fatbaby Saddle

Priced: $89.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Ariat Fatbaby Saddle - She'll be riding in style with these fashionable and functional Ariat® Kids boots.
Performance riding boots with a stirrup-friendly outsole design.
Full-grain leather upper with a four-row stitch pattern.
Unique, decorative stitching decorates the shaft.
Pull-on design with pull loops at the sides for easy on and off.
Breathable man-made lining and a cushioned man-made insole.
Lightweight Pro Crepe™ outsole with a single-stitch welt.
Comes with Booster Bed™ technology. As your child's feet grow you can remove the Booster Bed from underneath the insole to give their feet some extra room.
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Also available for: Women
Circumference:12 in
Heel Height:1 1⁄4 in
Shaft:6 1⁄2 in
Weight:13 oz

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Ariat Fatbaby Saddle Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

True to size, great fit, very cute and we love that you can remove the foam pad under the sole so that the boots can be worn longer. Great shoe and great service.
Anonymous at on 12/30/2010
These are the super cute and my daughter loves them. They turn heads wherever she wears them. I can't say enough how much we love them!
Anonymous at on 02/20/2011
I absolutely love these boots! I bought a 2 and usually wear a 2 1/2 because they run a little big.
Anonymous at on 11/26/2011

Negative Reviews:

These are the most adorable children's boots but a child (our three year old) can't wear them. I bought two sizes bigger (thinking she could wear thick socks) than she wears, but even with her tiny skinny feet she could not put them on, even without socks! They look wide in the picture but it is deceiving. They do not bend to get a foot into it. She tried and tried, with and without socks, to get her little feet in but the stiff boots wouldn't bend. I had thrown out the box so I couldn't return them, so I just gave them away to Salvation Army, at a loss. Another child will be disappointed when they can't put them on to wear. I don't think there is a skinnier foot than our little three year old's, but they could not bend to get into this stiff boot, even though she wears a 6 and I bought an 8 1/2! They are well made and beautiful but useless!
Anonymous at on 08/08/2011