Ariat Women’s R.E.A.L. Riding Mid Rise Boot Cut Jean, Ocean, 33 Regular
Ariat Women's R.E.A.L. Riding Mid Rise Boot Cut Jean, Ocean, 33 Regular
- Bootcut leg jean in hand-sanded finish featuring thick contrast stitching
- Slimming core control panels
- Mid-rise back with darts to lift and flatter
- Contoured no-gap waist band
- Kindly refer last Image for sizing details
Wear-tested by riders and thoughtfully engineered, Ariat's real riding jean is fit to perform.
Ariat Women's R.E.A.L. Riding Mid Rise Boot Cut Jean, Ocean, 33 Regular, Ariat Womens Code
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