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Cinch Classic Renegade Cowboy Boots - Square Toe

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Cinch Classic Renegade Cowboy Boots - Square Toe

Original Price: $309.99

$279.99

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Item Number: 036D54

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    • Look classic country in these Cinch Classic cowboy boots! 
    • Full grain leather construction
    • Bold  hues of brown and turquoise create marbled boots shaft; brown diamond stitching accents
    • RS1 sole extends the life of these boots by twice the normal expectancy
    • Hand nailed lemonwood peg construction for the highest quality


    Since 1996, the Cinch ® brand has created innovative western shirts, jeans, outerwear and accessories. Now the trusted company has created a line of standout, top quality boots! The Cinch Classic collection lives up to the quality Cinch customers know and expect from the brand name. These Cinch Classic boots feature a smooth brown leather foot under a brown and turquoise marbled 11" leather shaft with stitching accents.  Black leather piping details shaft. Leather lined. Stacked leather block heel. Double stitched welt. Hand nailed lemonwood pegs. Easy-on pull straps. Modern square toe profile. Imported.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by NOT WHAT I EXPECTED FROM CINCH I am a fan of CINCH brand jeans and thier attention to detail and qaulity, however this boot does not follow the product line. If you do decide to buy, be cautious they run narrow compared to other western boots such as Stetson, Ariat and Lucchese. The overall appearance of the boot was great until I took a close inspection before wearing. The heel was seperating from the leather sole and you could see the glue in between the heel plate and the sole. This leads me to believe that the lemon wood pegs are used more for show versus thier traditional use of holding everything in place. June 12, 2013
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