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Heritage Lacer II

Heritage Lacer II

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A traditional, hard-working lacer that makes a statement. A double kiltie provides protection and adds some traditional dash, and the full-grain leather uppers with Ariat® scroll hardware offer durability and town-and-country style. The ATS™ midsole system secures and cushions, and the Duratread™ rubber sole wears and protects.
  • Shaft Height: 6"
  • Toe Shape: U
  • Technology: ATS
  • Country of Origin: Multi-Source


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ATS® Technology from Ariat

ATS® Technology

Stability and Comfort from Ariat’s® Innovative Mid-Level Technology: Ariat’s® exclusive Advanced Torque Stability (ATS®) Technology supports and cushions the foot as you move, promoting good posture and reducing fatigue so that you can work or play all day. Moisture-wicking footbed provides cool, dry comfort.

  • Gel-cushioned footbed with heel stabilizer delivers support, rebound, and stability.
  • Lightweight, ergonomic composite forked shank enhances stability.
  • Works with a variety of use-specific outsoles.

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Heritage Lacer II is rated 4.5789 out of 5 by 57.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Heritage Lacer Better quality and more comfort than any fashion boot on the market for much less money. I looked at the fashion knockoffs but they just seemed cheapandwere twice as much. These are the real deal.I boughtthemto wear to NYC with skinny jeans and trousers but, will wear them for utility too. Only issue is that I am still waiting for Ariat to come out with a 10.5 in their boots. I have several pairs and the 10's I have to wear with thin socks and 11's I have to put an insole under the footbed to make up the extra 1/2 size. These do run big. The toe is designed extra long also for easy stirrup pick up so they don't do you any favors making your feet look any smaller. Still a very cool boot.
Date published: 2014-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not as good a quality as the last I purchased I have been purchasing the Ariat Heritage Lacer for the last 30 some odd years. At one time it was actually discontinued and I had to waitforitsreturn.Now I have hadtopurchase on line for the first time and was slightly disappointed with the quality. Seems it is not as good as it used to be. I wear these boots every day! At work, on the Harley, in the garden, at the racetrack, in all activities, these boots have been with me. But when I purchased the last pair online, the quality seems to have degraded. The leather is hard and hurt my feet the first full day I wore them. And I had to pay an additional $20.00 from what I paid for my last pair. Not as happy with them as I had hoped.
Date published: 2014-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fabulous once broken in! These are my 4th pair of Ariats, and of the 3 that fit, these took the longest to break in, but after a couple of weeksthey fit great. I stillwear socksthat come up abovethetop of the boot toprotect myshins, but the boots feel comfortable for walking, working in a barn, and for riding. After hours of walking and riding in them, my feet do not feel tired.The boots also transition well from riding with half-chaps and breeches to being worn under jeans for trips to the feed store. Love the distressed leather!I've had them for several months now, and they are holding up well. The laces, however, are beginning to show signs of wear, but they shouldn't be hard to replace when the time comes.
Date published: 2014-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love these boots! These where hard to break in, but once they did, I LOVE THEM! I used them for barrels, and I can put on my English halfchaps and school dressage.Theyarecomfy, and the leatheris super thick andbrokein butter soft. I'm nt sure how, but the laces where destroyed rather quickly and had to be replaced, but I did wear them through a briar patch. Will buy again, if theses ever wear out!
Date published: 2014-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great boot I bought a similar style back in 1997 to go on a week long horse back ride up in the White Mountains. Absolutely wonderful boot. Have worntheminthewinters forthe next14 years, had new heelsput ononce. Thoughthe toes are a little scuffed up, the uppers never gave in. Sadly, my foot, I guess because of age, has gotten bigger, and I have to let them go. I hope a new pair will hold up as long and be as comfortable. But you won't be disappointed.
Date published: 2014-01-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Beware of tongue slippage! I purchased the brown in 5.5. The good: the leather can take a beating, the removeable kiltie is nifty, the fit is snug and supportive and my feet and knees never hurt no matter how many hours I spent on concrete floors. The bad: the heels wear down fast--within a year, they are made in China, the laces do not hold up well so be ready with backups. The ugly: the tongues slipped sideways on me _always_. Likely poor workmanship. Yes, I probably ought to have returned them, but I needed something to wear at my jobs (big box hardware store, library, and dog-walking). I tried relacing, repositioning the tongue countless times. It was infuriating at times, other times just disheartening. I was glad when the heels finally got so worn that the shoes were too unstable to wear safely. The indifferent: I don't need my boots to be pre-distressed. I distress them with wear and work, thank you.
Date published: 2014-02-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not Quite Right Boots The first time I put on Ariat boots, I bought them and have been wearing them for riding ever since that first purchase. I decided to try somethingnewandbought western style boots. They were well built andattractive but the toe was much longer than my toes. The toe box was slightly more narrow than I was used to but the actual length of the toe area in the boot was too long and too awkward to deal with so I sent them back and got some English paddock boots.
Date published: 2014-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from lovely i bought a 7C (wide) due to broad feet, don't hesitate to do so as they tend to slimmer shoes but larger in size meaning I'm usually a 7.5 8 but had to get a 7 to fit me well. as expected i had to break them in, at first they were rigid due to good quality leather, now they are wonderfully suited to my feet. i feel like i overwork them i wear them so much! & they still hold strong. the style is nice even better than the picture, the look good when they're worn in aswel. enjoy these don't hesitate on them
Date published: 2014-09-07