Twisted X Youth Cowkid's Work Boots Blue/Grey Square Toe YCW0008


$ 99.99 $ 139.00


This Twisted X Cowkid Buckaroo boot is made for kids and looks and performs like the real using boot for working cowboys and cowgirls. Twisted X Boot Company proclaims, "We're making 'em right!" When it comes to cowboy boots for real cowboys, Twisted X knows you want to pull on your boots comfortable and leave them on comfortable. The Twisted X Cowkid work boots feature a distressed tan leather foot under a blue grey, fancy stitched leather shaft with Twisted X barbed wire logo embroidery at front. White leather piping accents shaft and collar. Air mesh lining. Easy-on pull straps. Updated square toe profile. Double stitched welt. 

  • Premium genuine leathers
  • Patent-pending XSD insole with stabilizing injected composite shank
  • Moisture-wicking, antibacterial Cowkid Comfort SD footbed is removable & washable
  • 40K Genuine Country Road Crepe outsole
  • PVC midsole

Heel Height: 1"

Shaft Height: 7.5" (Size 3)
Circumference: 11" (Size 3)
Fit: True to Size
Upper: Leather

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