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3 Things To Know About The New Ariat Divino Boots

Posted by M. Drum for Farm House Tack on

We've been hearing about them for months, ever since the grand debut at the Capital Challenge horse show in October.  Ariat has been teasing us with tweets and posts about these beautiful new boots. - So what's the big deal you ask? It's just another high end Ariat tall boot right? -- Read on & decide for yourself! 

The classic design lends this top-of-the line boot an undeniable elegance with hidden comfort features including elastic laces to reduce instep pressure, a behind-the-knee tendon curve and Ariat’s signature ATS® Luxe technology where the rich leathers and fine detailing are combined with comfort, stability and breathability.


Beautiful Italian Leathers & High Tech Comfort!  These are ALL DAY comfortable tall boots that your feet will love. The ATX Luxe foot bed lets you start the morning off school client horses, show the green horses & coach the jrs and amateurs in the schooling ring that afternoon. Slipper comfort in a beautiful boot. 

Monaco, Vortex & Divino - What's the difference? 
The Vortex is about high level technology level technology & athletic performance styling, says Holly Andrews-Kramer Senior Director Of Product Management For Ariat's English / Country division. Where as the Divino is about beautiful leathers, exquisite fit & classic styling. Ariat took all the best features from the well loved Monaco & created an beautiful Italian boot with new features." 

But don't let us tell you about how great they are, listen to what the professionals are saying! 

"The Ariat Divino boots are the perfect blend of luxury, style & performance.
All day comfort with no break in period right out of the box!"


- Hope Glynn
Sonoma Valley Stables
California

"As comfortable as a slipper and fits like your favorite broken in pair of boots, right out of the box!"

- Jennifer Bauersachs 
Spring Valley Farm
New Jersey

The take away message? Exquisite Fit, Rich Beautiful Leathers, Ready To Wear Right Out Of The Box.
We expect the new Ariat Divino to quickly become a best seller!
We have the first shipment of this highly anticipated Divino in the country available & ready to ship! 

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