Handmade in Leon, Mexico (the center of cowboy boot making) by a fourth generation family workshop that has been making boots with uncompromising quality since the 1920's. These boots have all the bells and whistles that you'd expect in a high quality boot that will last for generations and then some. These boots are all lasted by hand for an extremely graceful shape while still remaining comfortable.
- This last comes from the 1960s and has a nice rounded almond toe with a slight raise
- Calfskin is dyed black through the entire layer of leather for a superior rich color, with cream Calfskin tops and pull tabs
- Handmade Lemonwood pegs are used to attach the arch of the leather welt so that when the boot gets wet the pegs swell and then shrink WITH the leather instead of remaining rigid and rusting like metal nails
- Handmade stacked leather heels with rubber bottoms for traction and comfort, underslung to mirror the curves of the boot
- All boots are hand cut with natural leather heel counters and toe box
- Natural leather lining and insole that forms quickly to your foot for proper support and comfort
- Goodyear welted so they can be resoled by any good cobbler when needed, with grooves cut by hand into the sole to protect the stitching from premature wear.
- Cording is pulled through the vamp stitching by hand to help prevent creases from forming along the mid foot
- Wythe Logo hotstamped on sole, and stamped by hand on the inside
- Boot shaft is 12.75" high
- Heel is 2" tall
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