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Old Gringo Tino Cowgirl Boots - Snip Toe

Old Gringo Tino Cowgirl Boots - Snip Toe

Original Price: $549.99

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3.0 (2 Reviews)

Item Number: 045K28

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  • Western footwear is in full bloom wearing these Old Gringo boots!
  • Brown distressed leather embellished with tan leather floral inlays
  • Leather upper, lining, insole, heel, & sole
  • Tinting, abrasions, & scarring on leather add vintage cowboy boot character
  • Hand-driven lemonwood pegs
  • FIT NOTE: If you wear a wide width, we recommend ordering 1/2 size larger than your normal size

Old Gringo was founded on a single goal: creating western footwear that combined the best materials with the skills of exceptional craftsmen. Women’s Old Gringo Boots are handmade following an incredible 110-step process. To meet the rigorous demands of their designs, Old Gringo produces and tans its own leathers, developing exclusive textures, colors, and finishes. The Tino cowgirl boot features a distressed brown leather foot under a matching 10" leather shaft. All-over floral cutouts with tan leather inlays. Sanded leather sole. 2 1/2" cowboy boot heel. Single stitched welt. Snip toe profile. Imported.

 


Please note, boots will come shipped to you slightly crumpled. You may notice that the toes of the boots, even with the weight of your feet, will be turned upwards - more so than standard cowboy boots. Not to worry. This is part of the finishing process and vintage character of these boots. When you slip your feet into them, they'll feel like you've had them for years.

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Top too narrow The top is too narrow to get your foot in. Unable to wear them. October 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by If you have a high instep...... I have a pair very similar to this boot. Same style. The shorter shaft boots are VERY difficult to get on. Once on, you are okay, as mine stretched to acccomodate my high instep. Looking back, I would have got a 6.5 versus the 6, simply due to getting them on! July 17, 2012
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