|Inside sole:||Brandsohle aus Leder|
|Heel height:||approx. 3 cm|
|Shaft height:||approx. 38 cm|
|Shaft circumference:||approx. 38.5 cm|
|Specials:||Rahmengenäht (Good Year Welted), Absatz und Sohle ist aus einrm Stück, approx. 38 cm langer Outside-Zipper,|
El Estribo Riding Boot 1232-40-2 Serraje Castana Box Marron - Brown
Classic ladies and men riding boots in Spanish style.
The complete inner shoe was not equipped with any extra lining. Only the upper edge (approx. 7 cm) was lined with a soft cow split leather. In addition, a cow split leather was also used at the heel area. During the processing of the entire interior lining no exposed seams develop. A special processing technique of the brand leather sole gives the boot a great flexibility.
The welted El Estribo 1232-40-2 Serraje Castana Box Marron boot has a very robust but nevertheless very supple cowhide leather upper. The roughened cowhide leather has been strongly waxed so that the surface appears smooth again.
The high-quality leather has been left largely natural so that a strong grain look is visible. In addition, any wrinkles in the leather were not repaired.
In order to make it easier to get in and out of the Whiplash a 38 cm long outside zipper (zipper) was incorporated.
The outsole and the heel were made of one piece.
The oval lasts of the El Estribo boots have a wide fit and a comfortable span.
The 1232-40-2 Serraje Castana Box Marron from El Estribo has a height of approx. 38 cm.
The heel has a height of approx. 3 cm.
The shaft circumference amounts to approx. 38.5 cm but can be extended or reduced by approx. 1-3 cm depending on shoe size.
The rubber outsole has a thickness of approx. 1 cm.
Important hints and tips:
Deviations from the boots shown:
Due to the handcrafted production method of El Estribo products, there may be differences in colour or design compared to the illustrated boots!
Each pair of El Estribo riding boots is unique!
Roughened and waxed leathers (SERRAJE) require special care products.
With the welted production method (GOODYEAR WELT), a small running-in phase must always be observed!