Winter your way.
If you prefer your winter boots short and sweet rather than tall and fur-lined, the Ariat Wexford H20 Women's Boot was made for you. Slip this pretty little Chelsea boot on with your cuffed denim and step stylishly through puddles, slush, and snow on the sidewalks while your feet stay dry and stylishly happy.
Ariat crafts the Wexford out of durable full-grain leather then adds a Gore-Tex membrane to make the boot impervious to nasty winter weather. A durable heel—complete with rubber outsole—means you won't slide around dangerously on slick sidewalks, and Ariat's ATS construction keeps your feet stable and supported all day long.
- Dress for winter your way in this elegant waterproof boot
- Leather with Gore-Tex membrane seals out winter weather
- Rubber sole and low heel lend traction and stability
- ATS midsole construction provides all-day support
- Item #ARA0024
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Love these boots. Very happy with the quality! I would normally buy a 9 but found the 8.5 fit better.
Not my favorite....
I found these to be a little disappointing. The fit on these were just sort of off. I loved the idea about how waterproof and durable they were to carry me through the snowy winter months. But, I couldn't get the sizing right. First order my true to size 8 1/2 and found that they were huge in the toe box, making my feet look massive. So I actually ordered a full size down. The toe box fit perfect, but the heel area was so tight and uncomfortable. Maybe the 8 would have fit, but I still think they wouldn't have been that comfortable. Super disappointed because I liked the look and concept of the boot, but they just weren't for me.
Waterproof, Cute, Comfortable
I love these boots! They are so cute and fashionable - but still have a great tread and are completely waterproof. I know I'm prepared for whatever comes at me when I wear them. They slip on easy. I'm normally an 8 but sized down to a 7.5 based on the euro sizing in the size chart.
**Manufacturer Photo** - Wexford
Pictured: Wexford in Java