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Lucchese Handcrafted 1883 Stonewashed Lizard Boots

Lucchese Handcrafted 1883 Stonewashed Lizard Boots

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4.3 (3 Reviews)

Item Number: 034989

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  • Lucchese 1883 stonewashed lizard boots boast exotic, worn-in appeal
  • Heavily stonewashed genuine lizard paired with sandwashed Mad Dog goatskin
  • Handcrafted leather lining, insole, heel, & sole
  • Lightly cushioned for walking comfort
  • Modern snip toe silhouette
  • Proudly crafted in the U.S.A.
  • Vendor Style: N300454

Aptly named for the year Lucchese created its first boots, the 1883 Lucchese brand is reminiscent of the traditional hallmarks of handcrafted boots of the era. This western heritage Lucchese lizard boot features a stonewashed Old Nugget lizard leather foot under a stitched peanut brittle Mad Dog goatskin 13" leather shaft. Supple leather lining. Stacked 1 1/2" cowboy heel with rubber grip surface.

 

Hand stonewashed finish lends a unique appearance to each boot.

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Unique Classics very nice / sharp; fit well; arrived earlier than expected; make sure that you try-out the distressed product firsthand; used alternative fine boot care moisturizer which darkened them - although they remain mighty sharp January 9, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by I am disappointed because the boots I ordered came in looking a lot darker than in the picture. I also had to wait 2-3 months for the boots to arrive. Because of this and the amount of money I spent, I will never order boots online again. April 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by These are some very very cool boots. So I got these boots, and right away you can tell that these are quality, and that you really can't buy a better boot than this. I wore these out during the normal day, and while I did get some strange looks, because they do look very unique, they actually go very well with some torn jeans and a t-shirt. They are distressed enough to not look dressy and out of place, but they exude quality. People that know boots will be impressed, and even people who hate cowboy boots and initially said they looked horrible later told me "Yeah, I can't lie, those are pretty cool looking" after thinking a little. These make a statement. October 27, 2010
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