Reviewed by Johnny the Hiker from Houston on Friday, April 12, 2013
I thought these boots were just fantastic during the first few months. I got rained on (lightly) while wearing them and now they squeak like crazy. Googled some remedies online but none seem to work. To the back of the closet they go.
Reviewed by nycjem from New York, NY on Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Really nice boots and pretty comfortable even on the first wearing or two. The toe was a bt more rounded than I thought, but ok. The only issue was the boot is not nearly as borwn as pictures -- it has a very reddish cst to the brown
Reviewed by PalominoPony from Suffolk, VA on Friday, March 15, 2013
Never had problem in past but this one set of boots was way to tight am sending back to order half size larger is available.
Ordered a 8 EE and it felt like an 8 D on my husband with thin socks on. Such a shame he loved these boots.
Reviewed by Johnny the Hiker from Houston on Friday, March 1, 2013
Costs less than a pair of sneakers with all the STP discounts! Seems well made. This is not a complaint, just an observation: although the length of the boot fits my foot, the distance from the heel of the boot to the ball of the foot is shorter than similar sized boots made by Justin, Durango, Dan Post, etc..., but I think that's just a difference between manufacturers.
From the looks of it, these boots will last for years. If this model is still around, I'd buy them again.
Reviewed by Iggybob from petaluma,ca on Sunday, January 6, 2013
These are the second pair of Double H boots I've owned and I'm quite pleased with the quality and styling, and they fit just right out of the box. With most western boots running $150 and up per pair, getting these at well under $100 thanks to your Dealflyer emails really helps keep within budget. I can wear these day to day, styling is nice enough to wear to family events and dinners, but they will also be worn for riding. Outsoles provide plenty of traction, yet will come out of stirrups easily.