Tony Lama Women's San Saba Chocolate Square Toe Boots TC1002L

Tony Lama

$ 179.00 $ 239.00

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  • Handcrafted in the U.S.A.
  • Full grain leather
  • Stitch pattern on shaft
  • Cross inlay on shaft
  • Double stitched welt
  • 12" shaft height
  • Broad square toe
  • Cushion insole
  • 1 3/8" heel height
  • Low base heel with spur ridge
  • Leather outsole
  • San Saba Collection
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    Classic, comfortable, and stylish is what you will find in these Tony Lama San Saba western boots. The leather shaft with detailed stitching gives these boots a stylish look that will look great with your favorite outfit. The broad square toe, low heel, double stitched welt, spur ridge, and 11" shaft height gives these boots a classic look and make them ideal for riding. The leather outsole and cushioned insole provide gives these boots supreme comfort, quality, and durability. Whether you spend all day in the saddle or all day on your feet you will be in complete comfort. Pair these boots with your favorite shirt and jeans and head out in style.

     

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