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Old West Leather Roper Cowboy Boots

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    • Our best selling leather roper boot at a budget-friendly price - exclusive to Sheplers!
    • A lower shaft height & round roper toe make this style a sure favorite
    • Genuine leather upper
    • Cushion insole for long-lasting comfort
    • Extended sizes available!
    • Vendor Style: 0587010

    Our "Pay Dirt" roper cowboy boot features a genuine leather upper with man-made lining. 10" shaft. Durable composition sole. Roper toe and heel. Welted construction.

    Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 225 reviewers.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Satisfied Customer I ordered roping boots and was pleased with the workmanship and general appearance. Shepler's was very helpful and easy to deal with. I now own my second pair and would recommend this company to everyone. I will be back for more in the future. October 18, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by My best boot in my life Dis stile is the most important in my word and my life beautiful... October 17, 2013
    Rated 3 out of 5 by Old West Roper boot Boot is comfortable a bit bigger than most 91/2EE boots but will be ok. Color is fair as long as it last. October 16, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Roper Cowboy Boots I have worn Roper Boots for years and have found that these boots are the best. The fit, style, comfort are just to name a few reasons why I prefer this boot. October 9, 2013
    Rated 1 out of 5 by Very disappointing!! Ordered same size as 2 pairs I bought 2 years ago that were FANTASTIC. These are tight and uncomfortable. I would not buy another pair of these. Unfortunately I live in Australia and returning them is not an option for me because of the expense October 7, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by old west leather boots very nice and strong build for the offer, fit really good and comfortable October 4, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Roper Cowboy Boots excellent value, finish and service I decided to try these out. Here in the UK I take an 11 small with a wide fit. I bought the 11 EE and they are a very comfortable snug fit. No pinching or undue pressure anywhere on either foot. I was extremely impressed with the finish of the boots and the service of the company. I ordered 1st Oct online they were delivered to my door here in England lunchtime 3rd October! I'll be buying more from these people who it is a pleasure to spend my money with. October 3, 2013
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Wears very well and comfortable This is my 3rd purchase of this boot, two black, one dark cherry. The appearance is nice, but with my last two purchases, there has been a tiny imperfection in the toe area. I was able to cover with polish on both. I like the apperance to be perfect as I polish often. They are very comfortable. I don't like a cowboy heel and toe, too western for me. These fit the bill for me.I wish the supplier/maker would have a better inspector / quality control procedure to watch for these flaws. September 25, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Very Satisfied I wasn't sure about ordering online because different manufacturers size differently but I was pleased that these boots were true to size. They are very comfortable and I will most likely be ordering another pair. I am very satisfied with this purchase. September 25, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Love these boots The boots are awesome!! They fit well and look great. September 12, 2013
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    The difference is how wide the boot is. D is a normal width and EE is for someone who needs more wider boots.
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    D and EE apply to the difference in the width of the boot . D is usually a medium width and EE is an extra wide designation.. To determine correct width there is a site on Shepler's web page that you can print out in full scale and determine your size and width you may need. Width would also depend on what type of socks you wear with the boots.
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    D is narrow and EE is wide my foot is 12cm or 4 1/2 inches wide at the widest point and I take a EE fitting.
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    D is a regular foot width boot. EE is a wide width boot. The wider your foot, the bigger the width. I wear a size 10.5 (US) boot, but because my feet are wider, I prefer the EE size width.
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    Moledigger4,
    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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    It is a low 1" heel so it will not get caught in the stirrup when the Roper dismounts from his horse to tie up the calf he has just Roped.
    Hence the name Roper boots
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    1 1/4" heel height on Old West Roper boots
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    The heel height on a roper boots is generally 1 1/4 to 1 3/4. Usually the description tells you how high the heel actually is.
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    Heel is approx 25mm or 1 inch high
    1 year, 2 months ago
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    The heels on the justin Tekno Crepe cowboy boots are about 1 3/8" in height.
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    I don't know that there is any difference as far as size goes. Either way it is written it represents a size 9 and extra wide width.
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    I do not think there is a difference, unless one is meant to be 9 1/2 and the other is 9. Call customer service if you need further clarification.
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    The slash denots a 1/2 size So that would be a 9 1/2 EE size
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    Size 9 EE is a size 9.
    Size 9/EE is a size 9-1/2.
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    I can wear this boot all day long
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    Sole is comfortable but traction on wet grass is not so good.
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    I was not a fan of roper style boots since the heel was not high enough for me to walk in, if you have had ropers before then these should be fine.
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    I have found the fit and sole on these boots to be very comfortable.
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    It depends on what purpose you want to condition the leather. Some conditioners are made to soften the leather while other conditioners are used for water proofing. Some do both. Keep in mind many conditioners that contain oil will dull the shine of the leather. Once applied, you will never achieve a high gloss shine. Kiwi makes some good leather conditioners and Lexol is another good one. If you're looking for softness and don't care about the shine, neatsfoot oil is the best.
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    There are many good saddle soap Mfgrs.I use Kiwi because it cleans and conditions the leather. After cleaning the boots I use KiwI parade gloss polish to bring out a shine in the boots. A good tip before using saddle soap is to clean the boots with a medium stiff brush to get mud off the leather and the soles. Then let boots air dry before cleaning with saddle soap. , Wipe the boots clean and do not let the saddle soap dry on the boots, then proceed cleaning and polishing as indicated. This technique not only makes your boots look great but it helps preserve the supple feeling of the boots and extends the life of the boot.
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    The brand is up to you what you prefer to use. To make them soft I would use saddle soap, to maintain color use a creme polish, for a high shine use a gloss spray, etc. There are many brands out there that can all do the job, some are budget minded and some may contain more treatment enhancements in their formula. Whichever one you choose and are most comfortable using is up to you.
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