Justin Boots Indian Chief Badland Cowboy Boots - 13”, J-Toe (For Men)

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About Justin Boots Indian Chief Badland Cowboy Boots - 13”, J-Toe (For Men)

Closeouts. Kick up some dirt in these Justin Boots Indian Chief Badland cowboy boots. Handcrafted in the USA to high-quality standards, they feature full-grain textured leather accents atop a smooth leather shaft with tonal stitching for a unique, western look.

Specs

Specs about Justin Boots Indian Chief Badland Cowboy Boots - 13”, J-Toe (For Men)

  • Traditional
  • Vamp: Leather
  • Toe: J12
  • Heel style: Cowboy
  • Outsole: Leather
  • Heel height: 2"
  • Shaft: Leather
  • Height: 13"
  • Welt: 3/4,Single stitch
  • Lining: Leather
  • Weight (pair): 3 lb. 8 oz.
  • Made in United States of America
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About Justin Boots

When you buy a pair of Justin boots, you're buying good looks, all-day comfort, and a little piece of Old West history. The company actually got its start in 1879 when cowboys riding the Chisolm Trail became H.J. Justin's first customers and traveling salesmen. Carrying "fit kits" made by Justin's wife, this cowpunching sales force took measurements, so that men who relied on their boots as much as they relied on their horse could wear comfortable, custom-fit boots. There's a certain frontier attitude built into every pair of Justin boots distinguished by classic western style, superior workmanship and rugged materials. People who like the Justin boots attitude are people like George Strait, Nolan Ryan, Tracy Byrd and Terri Clark, who wear Justin boots on and off stage. So grab yourself some western attitude – and get your feet into a pair of Justin boots.