Double H Boots have roots that stretch all the way back to 1883, when H.H. Brown began handcrafting dependable, comfortable and durable footwear in a small shop in Massachusetts. Times have changed since then, but the commitment of Double H to change with them has brought the company into the 21st century stronger than ever. Double H is dedicated to keeping an edge on the competition with creative designs, the latest technologies, and the finest materials. The development of the Dryz® Moisture Management System, affordable assembly methods, a ... Learn more about Double Hnd continued use of handcrafted Opanka construction, have all contributed to the success of Double H. With well over one hundred years of experience, you can depend on Double H to deliver the highest quality footwear at extraordinary values. ... Less
Reviewed by Mr. Marvin Pancakes III from Chicago on Saturday, March 28, 2015
Comfortable and look great. Size-wise the length is accurate, but I found them a bit narrow. It's possible I wear a wider shoe than I realize though. The (footbed? insole? part of the boot that touches the bottom of your foot?) is nice, soft without being springy. The uppers are quite soft and flexible. They keep their shape, but there's zero break in needed.
Reviewed by James from Minnesota on Monday, February 23, 2015
These are great-looking harness boots. I'll be able to view them from every angle, because they will never be on my feet. I bought them at a good price, as a close-out. However, they are so terribly under-sized that I cannot even put my foot in the shaft. I have not hope to actually wear them. Because they were purchased on a close-out, I cannot return them either.
Reviewed by WhitCoug from Eastern Washington on Thursday, February 19, 2015
Double H boots are made in the USA and you can tell. Excellent fit and finish. They take some breaking in but are very comfortable. I where 12D but 11.5 D in cowboy boots. Cowboy boots need to fit a bit tighter because they will stretch out.
Double H 2nds:
Cosmetic Blems or Irregulars. Minor cosmetic blemishes or slight irregularities
which do not affect the fit, performance, or longevity of the item. Label is
usually clipped or marked by the manufacturer. A small flaw means big savings.
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