Justin Boots Lomitas Wide Cowboy Boots - 13”, Square Toe (For Men)
About Justin Boots Lomitas Wide Cowboy Boots - 13”, Square Toe (For Men)
Closeouts. Built in the USA of durable leathers and topped with tonal stitching for true western style, Justin's Lomitas Wide cowboy boots will serve you well through years of work and play.
Specs about Justin Boots Lomitas Wide Cowboy Boots - 13”, Square Toe (For Men)
- Vamp: Leather
- Toe: Square
- Heel style: Roper
- Outsole: Leather
- Heel height: 1-1/2"
- Shaft: Leather
- Height: 13"
- Welt: 1/2,Double stitch
- Lining: Leather
- Weight (pair): 4 lb.
- Made in United States of America
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Great Cowboy BootsVerified Buyer Reviewed by MN Cowboy from MN on Tuesday, July 17, 2018Great company, very comfortable, and the best pricing! Hard to beat!
I love them but a friendly heads upVerified Buyer Reviewed by Shawn OBrien from Oregon on Saturday, June 30, 2018First I love them they are awesome, but when it came to figuring the size I'm normally a mens 13 in nikes and addidas so I went for 13. Looking back I would recommend going a half size smaller. Other than that I cant say anything negative about them. They are the best.
Great pair of bootsVerified Buyer Reviewed by Racephoto from Wisconsin on Friday, June 15, 2018I'm a long time Justin boot wearer and this pair live up to my expectations. They were pretty stiff at first but are breaking in very nicely now. My pair had not noticeable defects as mention in another review so I recommend you inspect them closely before choosing to keep them.
Sure these are closeouts?Reviewed by T from The West on Monday, June 11, 2018Just got these about five minutes ago. Fit is ok, a little large. Style/color are what I expected. However there are several places on each boot where the leather looks like it has been cut with a knife. In a few of these spots some extra stain has been applied, seemingly to make the blemish blend in a little better. It had the opposite effect. Sure seems to me they should be labeled as ‘seconds’ rather than closeouts.
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