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Re: RC: Ariant boot quality

I think what we are seeing here is that older Ariat boots are fine (my 5 year old, totally abused boots are still going strong).  Also, from the emails, there is a common thread, Ariat doesn't respond to their customers, in person or in emails.  ARIAT, are you listening! There are people here willing to spend money on an EXCELLENT product only.

>Subject: RC: Ariant boot quality
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2001 11:11:28 EST
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>In a message dated 02/27/2001 10:45:40 AM Pacific Standard Time,
> writes:
><< My experience with Ariat's - after about a month of riding them may twice
>a week
> the leather stretched and the eyes started to come out. I had to reaplace
> eye. Then after about 4 months the hooks started to rip right out of the
>leather. I
> ride with plastic stirrups so that can't be blamed. They are just pieces of
> garbage. For their price they had better damn well hold up better than this.
> >>
>This is very strange, as I've had mine for about 3 years and they are still
>in good condition. I even walk on endurance rides, usually down steep hills,
>in them. No problems. Why don't you contact the Ariat company and let them
>know about the failure. A good company would want to know.
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