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Double H Black Harness Boots

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3.8 (5 Reviews)

Item Number: 038488

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    • Premium oil tanned leather
    • Vitalize™ insole for superior comfort
    • Long-wearing Sierra 150 outsole is oil-, chemical-, slip-resistant
    • Double H® 181 square toe
    • Extended widths available
    • Proudly made in the U.S.A.
    • Vendor Style: 4008

    The perfect boot for motorcycle riding, going out on the town, or just looking cool! The Double H® tan harness boot features a silver-tone harness ring and rivets. Vitalize™ comfort system features a Vitalize™ orthobed for shock absorption and climate control, and a stability board for firm protection on tough landings. This dual component system adds comfort and strength for your feet. 10" shaft.

    Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by PRODUCT SPLIT AFTER A FEW MONTHS OF CASUAL WEAR After a few months of casual wear the boots have started to fall apart. The stitching between upper and sole unit has split on both left and right boot. Please see attached photos. I would like to have these boots replaced. June 17, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Built to last I bought a pair of these in 1988 and wore them for over a decade. I switched to western style work boots and enjoyed them as well, but now it's time to return to this classic boot. These boots are comfortable and are sized correctly. 9.5 EE March 28, 2012
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Great boots, couldn't ask for better.9EE Excellent straight from the box. Contemplated these for ages before finally buying, now very happy. Tried them on in Oz to get the right size, which was lucky, half size smaller than my normal. Really comfy with no break in. Great for riding seem very sturdy. Shaft is a little narrow if you have atheletic calves. If they ever wear out will get them again. Like to try their engineer boots as well April 1, 2010
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Boots My husband wears the boots everyday and he loves them. He did not have to even get use to them they were soft and yet tough. The boots look good and feel good. They can be for a work or dress boot. As a matter of fact he had me order him another pair one for work and one for dress. Good boot, good price, good quality. (Thumbs up)! January 28, 2010
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    16 inches measuring at the bottom of the "v" where the sides meet.
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    The circumference can vary between the size of the boot width and foot length. You would need to tell us what size foot and width you normally take, if you have had trouble with harness boots before, then what you can do is order the next width larger and cut down half a size lengthwise to accommodate the extra room. Usually harness boots are larger in the shaft than regular cowboy boots, due to their campus boot design. Sometimes if there is a slight variance, a local shoe repair can stretch the shaft slightly in order to accommodate.
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    If there is a selection for EE than use it. If there is not then graduate up 1/2 size for E and 1 whole size for D. Depending on the cut you may need 12 EE if available. Otherwise 11 1/2 EE should be the correct size.
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    In men's sizing EE means wide width so make sure when ordering it is an 11 1/2EE.
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    my husband to be is shorter than i am but he only wears these type of boots.
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    Harness boots are usually 1 3/4 to 2 inches high. This pair appears to be 1 1/2 inches high. I would contact the operator and they can make the inquiry to the warehouse for further explanations.
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    The heel is 1 5/8".
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    The circumference can vary between the size of the boot width and foot length. You would need to tell us what size foot and width you normally take, if you have had trouble with harness boots before, then what you can do is order the next width larger and cut down half a size lengthwise to accommodate the extra room. Usually harness boots are larger in the shaft than regular cowboy boots, due to their campus boot design. Sometimes if there is a slight variance, a local shoe repair can stretch the shaft slightly in order to accommodate.
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