Best Women’s Cowboy Boots

Cowboy boots are perfect for adding a vintage, effortlessly cool flair to any outfit. To help you find your match, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite all-leather styles to shop. Not only are they fashion-forward, but many of are also built for top performance — which means you’ll get unbeatable support even if you’re not a competitive equestrian.


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1. Ariat Heritage Cowboy Boot

Ariat’s Heritage boot features traditional western detailing on the shaft, plus fatigue-fighting cushioning for all-day support. They also come with a moisture-wicking footbed, making them easy to wear in the summer months.

Pros: To top it all off, these boots are finished in full-grain leather with a sturdy non-slip outsole. They come in eight neutral colorways and wide width sizes to fit a range of foot types.

Cons: These may require some break-in time.

Ariat Women's Heritage Cowboy Boot
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2. Ariat Fatbaby Western Boot

The Fatbaby Western Boot is set on a grippy lug sole and features ultra-plush cushioning for stability and support.

Pros: Contrast stitching on the upper and toe offer a bold look. These come in over two dozen colorways and wide widths for more buying options.

Cons: These tend to run large.

Ariat Women's Fatbaby Western Boot
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3. Roper American Beauty Western Boot

A cushioned insole will keep your feet happy for hours in this patriotic pair, while a soft textile lining offers added plushness and moisture-wicking properties.

Pros: The outsole is also durable enough to withstand wear and tear.

Cons: These tend to run narrow.

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