Resistol by Lucchese Ranch Cowboy Boots - Leather (For Women)
About Resistol by Lucchese Ranch Cowboy Boots - Leather (For Women)
Closeouts. Resistol by Lucchese Ranch cowboy boots offer a traditional, unadorned look. They have a pebbled leather upper, round toe and single-welt stitching.
Specs about Resistol by Lucchese Ranch Cowboy Boots - Leather (For Women)
- Vamp: Leather
- Toe: Round
- Heel style: Roper
- Outsole: Leather
- Heel height: 1-1/2"
- Shaft: Leather
- Height: 10"
- Welt: 3/4,Single stitch
- Lining: Leather
- Calf circumference: 13"
- Weight (pair): 2 lb. 8 oz.
- Made in Mexico
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by ShopperBob from SoCal on Monday, November 10, 2014Not great. Narrow for a medium (B), and to a long-time boot buyer like myself it is obvious that Lucchese's quality control has declined over the years. Probably mostly since they moved manufacturing to Mexico like many others. I see it in various ways on different models. On this boot the leather was described as being a "pebbled" texture, I believe. Well, parts of them were textured and others weren't. For example, on one the forefoot was smooth (with some sort of random pitting!) while the front of the shaft and the heel were indeed textured as described. The other boot was a different combination but inconsistent as well. I bought them for my wife to ride in and though for the price she wasn't concerned about the leather, saying they were basically a good looking design that would just get beat up anyway. But they were too narrow for her normally medium-width foot, so we returned them.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Johnny the Hiker from Colorado on Thursday, June 26, 2014great boot, true to size, comfortable, wanted an everyday work boot and this boot is perfect for that.
Reviewed by Pat from Iowa on Tuesday, February 11, 2014Ok, I missed the Resistol label, even if Lucchese put these boots out. These are not "stylish" boots, but plain old work boots, emphasis on plain. That said, they are leather, wide but not very wide, bit narrow at the instep area. Sturdy boots, I am keeping them and hoping they won't rub in the instep too much. Otherwise, they are alright. I feel that I paid a fare price but would have sent them back had I paid more than $100 for these boots. These are not nice enough to wear to work, much too casual. Jean boot for sure.
Reviewed by klwest from Chico on Saturday, December 21, 2013I originally bought these for my daughter's horse back lessons. She is very picky and loves the fit of these boots. While they are not the 'cutest' boots, they are a great everyday boots with lasting comfort. I just bought myself a pair to wear to the barn and am very happy with the fit and comfort. They are true to size (I wear a 6) and they are made very well. I only gave them four stars because I believe they could add a bit more design for give them more 'flair'.
Reviewed by Cowgirls from New York on Wednesday, November 13, 2013I wanted to love boot, this as size 11.5 is narrow is SO dang hard to find. Returning due to :
-Narrow in the toe box, but wide in the heal, lots of slip up and out of the footbed.
-The up-turned toe box drives me nuts. When standing your toes float a full inch about the floor. What is that, Columbia does that too.
I want my feet on the floor, thank you.
-For me, [maybe due to slipping outta the foot bed when I push off on the toes] the front shaft of the boot cuts into my shin.
oh well...Big thanks to Lucchese for offering boots in this size. I would definitely try them again with another boot, always hoping for a boot that fit.
Question “My wife has a pair of Ariat Fatbaby's (square toe) in 9.5 and the are fine with an arch support. She has a bunion and wonders if these--with their round toe--are likely to fit in the bunion/ball of the foot area. We think a C-width would be too wide elsewhere, so we're wondering about the 9.5 B. (She normally wears 9.5 or 9, but with the Ariat and Keene's, she's often a 9.5).”
Answer I can only answer based on my own experience. I have a bunion on my right foot only, and I own both Ariat & Lucchese boots. I wear my regular size in both brands of boots and have no discomfort due to the bunion. I would go with the B width in the size she normally wears.