Work Boots


Work Boots


Twisted X
Women's Ruffstock (Style WRS 0019) from Twisted X is designed for the cowgirl who spends her days in the saddle. Its riding heel provides in-stirrup comfort, the thick heel rand holds a heavier spur, and the chocolate top leathers are soft for maximum ankle mobility. Our tester loved the rubber soles for work in the winter months and the soft leather that allowed for ankle movement in the stirrup. Best for: Breaking colts $195,


Macie Bean
Don't let the sharp-looking black "cracktacular" distressed leather on these Macie Bean (Style 9019) boots fool you; they don't just look good, they are good. Our Texas tester said the boots were comfortable in and out of the saddle from the moment she put them on. "The first day I wore them I was on my feet all day, and my feet stayed comfortable," she reported. "And the black and brown leather goes with just about everything." Best for: Chasing cans $218,


This Stetson Buckaroo boot has a 15-inch top to protect a cowboy's legs from sagebrush, and our tester said
the boot's tough leather soles, "Really were comfortable to ride and process in." The lower, "dogger" stacked heel is slightly angled to make walking and riding comfortable, and the lemonwood peg and brass nail construction makes them hardy for long days in the saddle in the Rocky Mountains. Best for: Day work $280,

This Georgia Waterproof Wellington Pull-On boot (Style G4254) is built to handle whatever out-of-the-saddle beatings our Montana tester gave them, especially in the time of year when he isn't quite ready for snow boots. The 100-percent Georgia Waterproof System guarantees that the full-grain leather hung tough through chainsaw and corral work. The Goodyear-welt construction rubber sole is heat, chemical, and slip resistant. Best


for: Building hay feeders $170,