Tony Lama Ladies' Suntan Century Brown Narrow Square Toe Boots 7917L

Tony Lama

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The World's Most Recognized Western Boot Brand, Since 1911. Inspired by our company's founder, we are dedicated to making the most comfortable, durable, and fashionable cowboy boots.

These Women's Western Boots are a great addition to Tony Lama’s classic Americana Collection, and would make an even better addition to your wardrobe! Classic western styling and contemporary details with modern comfort technology make these boots both functional and fashionable. The full-grain leather foot and cushion insole wraps your feet in durable comfort while the richly colored 13” shaft is embroidered with western stitching for classic good looks. And perhaps best of all, these boots were handcrafted right here in the good old U.S.A., so you know they’re good!

 

Vamp: Suntan Century Foot
Quarter: Century Top
Material: Leather
Color: Suntan
Height: 13"
Toe: I
Heel: 43
Insole: Cushion Leather
Gender: Womens
Manufacturer: Tony Lama
Manufacturer Part No.: 7917L

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