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Re: RC: Re: Ariat Boots

I don't have nerve damage in my feet, but I have a very high arch and no pad to speak of on the ball of my foot, so without the super arch support and the gel pad, I would be in excruciating pain while riding.  Because of this, I will always have to wear Ariat boots, or something similar if anyone else would consider making a boot like this, even if the quality of the leather is not good or the boots wear faster.


>Subject: RC: Re: Ariat Boots
>Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2001 13:25:03 EST
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>In a message dated 02/27/2001 8:14:32 PM Pacific Standard Time,
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><< I
> use Miller's Heels Down and they last about 2 seasons. >>
>For those of us who have suffered nerve damage in the feet, Miller's Heels
>Down have NOWHERE near enough support and rigidity of the sole to help
>alleviate or prevent this excruciatingly painful problem. Experience speaks!
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