Lucchese Western Boots CHEYENNE M4874 S53F-B Chocolate Twisted Leather Pink - Dark Brown!
Top fashionable women's western boots with extraordinary shaft.
The shaft area was worked out with a calfskin. In addition, the leather was lightly padded in the heel area, which gives the heel more support after a short break-in period.
The foot area was equipped with a soft calf leather. A special processing technique of the burn leather sole gives the boot a good flexibility.
To increase the wearing comfort, the complete insole (padded footbed) is upholstered.
The welted Lucchese M4874 Westernboot has a waxed calfskin upper.
The visual highlight are the complete boots TWISTED (twisted) design.
To facilitate the entry into the boot, two access aids (pull straps) were incorporated on the shaft.
The single-layer leather outsole has been sewn to the outer frame.
The very pointed S5 lasts of the Lucchese boots have a comfortable fit and span.
The Lucchese M4874 S53F-B Chocolate Twisted Leather Pink cowboy boot has a 13-inch shaft height of approximately 33 cm.
The rubberized 3F full leather heel has a height of 3 inches about 7.6 inches.
The circumference of the shaft is about 37 cm, but depending on the size of the shoe, it can be extended or reduced by about 1 - 1.5 cm.
The strength of the outsole is about 0.5 mm.
The boot has a B-width (medium width for women).
Important hints and tips:
Due to the hand-made production method of the Lucchese products may color or technical design differences, to the copies shown, occur!
Every pair of LUCCHESE ST boots and ankle boots is unique!
In the case of the welted production method (GOODYEAR WORLD), always observe a small run-in phase!
Waxed leathers (CALF) require special care products.
By processing high quality materials (calfskin, stitching, rivets) a certain amount of caution is very important when using these items.
The company Lucchese advises when daily use, the boots possibly with a protective insole made of leather or rubber to solicit.
The soling of the boots should always be done after the warm-up phase!