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Tony Lama Chocolate Goat Skin Cowboy Boot - Medium Toe

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Tony Lama Chocolate Goat Skin Cowboy Boot - Medium Toe

Original Price: $279.99 - $289.99

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3.9 (7 Reviews)

Item Number: 036B23

47 - CHOCOLATE
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    • El Paso Collection Tony Lama cowboy boots boasting SAIGETS (soft as it gets) "vintage" leather
    • Handcrafted leather upper, lining, heel, & sole
    • Walking comfort cushion insole
    • Proudly crafted in El Paso, Texas, U.S.A.
    • Vendor Style: 6978

    Since 1911, Tony Lama has been crafting legendary western boots. As a soldier and cobbler for the U.S. Cavalry at Fort Bliss, Texas, Tony Lama’s expertise as a custom boot maker spread quickly among cowboys and ranchers throughout the Southwest. Today, these legendary boots blend that superior craftsmanship with modern technology. This El Paso Collection boot for him features a worn chocolate Saigets goatskin leather foot under a 13" matching leather shaft. Subtle stitching and embroidery details shaft. Single stitched full welt. Medium toe and 1 5/8" cowboy heel with rubber grip surface.

    Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by Run Small Love the look of the boot. I ordered these as a gift for my husband. He could not get his feet in they run very narrow January 2, 2013
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice but narrow I wish I'd seen previous review before I ordered. Love the boots but they do run very narrow and so had to be returned. July 24, 2012
    Rated 3 out of 5 by Tony Lama Chocolate Goat Skin Cowboy Boot I did see some workmanship defects on the sole and cross stitching on the toe. I expect near perfection from Tony Lama for $200. One thing to aware of is this boot runs very small. I have tried on other Lama boots size 10D and they fit fine. These are far too small, hurt my feet and have to be returned. July 12, 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great look well built I have had Tony Lama brand twice before this pair ,always a good fit . High quality comfort and always a good look . First pair i had for almost 17 years last i've had for 8 and now my son has them. Great boots at a a descent price . Best of all there made right here in the USA October 19, 2011
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    When ordering boots in a general speaking way, they can run small or larger. If they run small then order your regular street shoe size it should be fine. Normally boots are meant to fit snug at first (but not too tight) to be broken in. In normal circumstances, you should order 1/2 size smaller in cowboy boots than your normal street shoe to make up the difference. If it runs small, they generally tell you how much smaller and then adjust accordingly. If they do not state, then your normal street shoe size is practical to order.
    If a boot runs extra large, then additional sizing may need to be taken from your normal street shoe size. For example: I normally take a 11 1/2 t o 12 size boot, in Durango sizing I need to get between a 10 and 10 1/2 to make up the difference.
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