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Lucchese Handcrafted 1883 Hornback Caiman Cowboy Boots - Square Toe

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Lucchese Handcrafted 1883 Hornback Caiman Cowboy Boots - Square Toe

$599.99 - $609.99

4.2 (4 Reviews)

Item Number: 034B01

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    • It doesn't get more luxurious than Lucchese.
    • Embroidered leather shaft sits atop a gorgeous hornback caiman vamp
    • Leather upper, sole, heel & insole
    • Stacked leather heel
    • Modern with square toe profile
    • Vendor Style for black: M4537 TW, M4539 TW, M4541 TW

    Lucchese boots are for serious cowboys that love serious style! Lucchese Boot Co. is painting a new and authentic picture of what "Cowboy" should be. With inspiration coming from early designs of Cosimo and Sam Lucchese in San Antonio, the Cowboy Collection combines comfort and functionality while staying true to the cowboy way of life. These Lucchese boots feature a supple hornback caiman foot under a fancy embroidered 13" calfskin leather shaft. Leather piping accents shaft; cutouts accent leather pull straps. Calfskin leather lining. Double stitched leather welt. Stacked block leather heel. Wide square toe profile. Imported.

    Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Good but not Great Ok, so I own several pair of boots. I am no authority but after a lifetime of buying , I can make some good observations. First, I was torn between these boots and the next step up to the $650.00 Lucchese boots. Problem with the more expensive boots was the heel cap was covered with a different skin...elephant hide...instead of Hornback Caiman. I thought that odd and detracting from the look of the boot. So, I went with the less expensive boots. Looking them over, I was disappointed with the edge treatment. You know, where the skin is seamed and stitched. The edge was left unfinished and it detracts from the overall look of the boot. But, how many people really examine them in use anyway? The boots face arch thru toe area is beautiful and the overall quality is good to very good. It is just that seam finishing which , compared to other boots ...really detracts. The fit is good and is consistent. Overall a hard to beat value if you can overlook the minor flaws. Also, I am becoming less and less a fan of the full leather sole and enjoying the new composite soles of competing boot makers. The traditional leather soles are slippery to very slippery when new. So, I hope someday to see Lucchese offer this style of sole on their boots. I know, many will disagree. But, try one I think you will be sold. I was. November 29, 2012
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