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Justin Stampede Western Apache Cowboy Boot - Med Toe

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Justin Stampede Western Apache Cowboy Boot - Med Toe

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4.4 (40 Reviews)

Item Number: 036153

PH - SORREL
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    • Stampede Western Collection Justin boots have classic appeal for everyday wear
    • Popular sorrel Apache leather upper
    • J-Flex comfort system for maximum energy return
    • Removable orthotic insert
    • Oil-resistant rubber sole
    • Vendor Style: 2551-SORREL

    This Justin boot basic features a rubber sole for versatile wear! Cowboy boot is handcrafted with a sorrel Apache leather foot and fancy stitched 13" matching leather shaft. Single stitched welt. Cowboy unit heel. Medium round toe profile.

    Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Great looking boots Got these in my usual size but they fit a bit narrower than my other Justin boots. Have to wear them with thinner socks but that aside, they look great for casual wear. September 7, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Comfortable immediately The reviews of this product were right on. The moment my husband got this as a gift and put them on, he said they were amazingly comfortable and true to size! July 10, 2013
    Rated 3 out of 5 by boot THe boots fit great, even after being completely soaked when they arrived. They didnt shrink or fade. May 9, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent boot My first pair of boots at 55 and these are so comfortable, I can't believe why I waited so long to buy a pair, (especially since I grew up in Colo, Ariz, and Okla. better late than never!!) My foot is a 12 and narrow and I got a 12D and they fit like a glove. I have been wearing these for about 1 year and these have the same tight fit as when I bought them, I love them. I love the cushioned soles, I could wear them all day! I have to hand it to Justin and Sheplers for an outstanding boot, great value and fantastic service! January 28, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Boots!! These boots are great. They are my first pair of cowboy boots and I couldn't be happier with my choice. After a few hours they fit my feet like gloves, and my wife loves them too. I will be purchasing more Justin's from Sheplers soon. January 17, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Boot Great boot - quality made. The wide size was a little too big, but Sheplers was awesome with the return. January 2, 2013
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Look Good and Feel Great I was very pleased with the quality of the boots for the money. I ordered my boots the same as my shoe size and after a few of hours of breakin they fit perfect. The uppers are narrow and fit to your leg and are not bulging when wearing a straight leg western jean. If there are any negatives to these boots they get dirty easy. December 11, 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by my boots fits great! My Justin boots fit great and look good too! This is the second pair of boots i have purchased from Sheplers and i am thoroughly satisfied with the quality of the product and the expediant delivery. Thanks, i will certainly be buying my next pair of boots from Sheplers also! July 13, 2012
    Rated 1 out of 5 Boots The boots run to big then the author boots I have and stretch to much for me. July 7, 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Very Nice I own the Bay Apache boot from Justin as well and love them both. This boot has a slightly more casual feel to it. "Old school" look to thse boots. The leather has sort of an "oiled finish" almost. Dark- brown-black. I really like the look and the comfort is amazing. I love the comfort and quality of Justin boots. Seldom puchase another brand, May 29, 2012
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    Is the 9EE more narrow than the 9D???
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    9D is a standard width for mens shoes or boots, EE means that is a wide width
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    D and EE refer to the width of the boot or shoe. D is a medium width and should fit an average foot. EE is a wider size and would fit a wider foot.
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    Lenie,
    Standard width for a man's boot is "D" width. Narrow width is labeled "B". Wide width is labeled "EE" or "EW".
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    boot size.

    What boot size would i need,I take a 10 in a shoe size..
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    My husband also wears a 10 shoe. He orders a 10D and they are fine. If you need to allow for thick socks, probably a 10 1/2.
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    When buying boots, we always suggest starting with your regular shoe size. Please keep in mind that this is only a guideline, and I cannot guarantee what size will be needed.
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    imitation leather linings (man-made) cause sweating which becomes uncomfortable. I have a pair of Justin basic ropers that have a man-made lining. I do not like to wear them for very long at a time. My other Justin boots with leather linings are great.
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    These boots have leather lining.

    Thank you for your question!
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