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Western Wednesday Trail Bend Review


Rocky has a great new western collection available that is certainly worth talking about! The Rocky Trail Bend Western Boots come in two different men’s styles that feature traditional and classic western appeal. One style (RKW0128) features a unique pebbled/ distressed full grain leather and the other style (RKW0129) has a slightly dressier quality full grain leather with a saddle vamp.

This western work boot has a unique rubber outsole that was created to bend and flex with your foot, making it super comfortable for riding, work or various other tasks. The comfort and springiness will certainly help you stay on your feet during the inevitably long work days that you encounter. Furthermore, the rubber outsole is oil and slip resistant so you can have sure footing as you go about your work day.

The Trail Bend collection also feature the Rocky exclusive Expansion Fit Seam technology le viagra est il en vente libre en pharmacie en france. This seam is located on the inside of each boot and as you slip your foot into the boot it expands open. This makes it super easy to get your foot into the boot and then as soon as the boots are on the expansion seam snaps back into place and you can’t even tell it’s there! This feature is great for anyone but is in particularly beneficial for those who have a high instep and typically have a hard time making the turn in taller pull-on style boots.

To add further to the comfort aspects in this collection, these boots have a contoured ventilated removable EVA footbed. The ventilation allows air to flow to your feet, the EVA provides lasting comfort and furthermore a memory foam top layer contours to the shape of your foot. There is also a tempered steel shank to provide arch support for those long days on your feet.

If you want comfort, durability and classic western appeal than these boots should definitely find a permanent home in your closet or mud room!

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