Ernie Tarut, a.k.a The Old Gringo, and Yan Ferry have been obsessed with making the absolute best, handcrafted cowboy boots for more than twelve years. Combining Ernie’s three decades of experience in leather manufacturing with Yan’s equally extensive boot-making expertise, Old Gringo boots are the result of a collaboration between two extraordinarily passionate individuals. Representing a product line that is 100-percent handcrafted in Leon, Mexico by highly skilled leather artisans, Old Gringo cowboy boots are unlike anything else available ... Learn more about Old Gringoin the contemporary western footwear market. When you put on a pair Old Gringo boots, you’re wearing a true original. ... Less
Reviewed by Teresa from Texas on Tuesday, May 05, 2015
I own 3 pair of Old Gringo boots. These are by far my favorites. True to size. I wear cowboy boots 5 days a week. These were moderately comfortable the first few times i wore them. After several months....they are almost as good as my evening slippers. The colors are great and i receive compliments regularly. The affordable price was icing on the cake. A real deal.
Reviewed by Phoenix Trail Runner from Phoenix on Saturday, March 07, 2015
I was a bit hesitant after reading the reviews regarding the calf-room in this particular boot, but took the plunge anyway. My calves are average size, so they fit me, but I could see where they might not work for some. This is my fourth pair of Old Gringos, and there is a noticeable difference between the amount of room in these and my others (Jasmines, Mia, and Sora) They are otherwise just as comfortable and the rest of the boot is what you generally find with a pair of Old Gringos. Love them.
Old Gringo 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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