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Lucchese Handcrafted 2000 Hornback Caiman Western Boots

Lucchese Handcrafted 2000 Hornback Caiman Western Boots

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2.0 (1 Reviews)

Item Number: 034357

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  • Lucchese takes a bite out of style with these hornback caiman western boots!
  • The ultimate in handmade construction
  • Tan burnished hornback caiman leather & tan burnished Mad Dog goatskin leather
  • Technologically Advanced Comfort Construction cushion insoles
  • Leather uppers, linings, stacked heels, & smooth soles - marks of a quality boot
  • Proudly crafted in the U.S.A.
  • Vendor Style: TY1268WD

Richly detailed with quality craftsmanship, this Lucchese 2000 Horsemen hornback caiman western boot boasts striking elegance and comfort wear! This distinctive boot features a tan burnished hornback caiman leather foot beneath an 11" tan burnished Mad Dog goatskin leather shaft. Unique 10-row stitch pattern details leather shaft. Tan oil sharkskin heel counter. White double stitch 3/4 welt. Square toe profile with 1 1/2" stacked heel.

Rated 2 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Image on internet is misleading and this style Lucchese is not a full vamp/foot It's a handsome boot from the image, unfortunately when I got the boot I found that it was not a full vamp/foot, it had an additional piece of caiman skin added along the outside & inside of the boot to make a complete foot. The image they use shows a full vamp/foot, no spicing. I based my purchase on the look of the boot from their image. That is not the boot they sell. The boot in the image is a "C" style, 4 digit code, a similar look but not the "L" style, full vamp/foot (same 4 digit code) I called Sheplers' customer service and told them how the boot was contrusted and I realized they know little about boot making or Lucchese boots. They were very kind in offering a refund, which I did. I called Lucchese and they explained that was the the way the boot was made if you were ordering a "C" style boot, all "C" style boots don"t have a full vamp/foot. The price point is less when they make them this way. If you want a complete vamp/foot exotic skin, caiman or crocodile, etc., you must order a "L" style and then it will be a full vamp/foot, no spicing. I don't fault Shelpers, but they should be more fimilar with the styles of boots and construstion, especislly in expensive exotic skins. December 5, 2012
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