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Women’s Lucchese 1883 Sand Burnished Wax Comanche Style # NV4002

Lucchese Sand Burnished Wax Comanche Available at JC Western Wear

The Lucchese company has a long-standing tradition for the finest, hand-crafted boots made in the USA, and the Lucchese Sand Burnished Wax Comanche is no exception. If you have ever owned a pair of Lucchese boots then you know that they feel broken in the moment you take them out of the box and the handcrafted leather is so soft, you will barely feel the shaft of the boot around your calf.

view-item-nowThis Women’s Lucchese,  Style # NV4002comes in a classic Sand Burnished Wax Comanche Color, with durable leather outsole, quality leather upper in a traditional 12 inch shaft with western stitching and smooth leather lining on the inside for that comfy wear-them-all-day feeling only a Lucchese boot can deliver. The color and traditional styling of these boots goes exceptionally well with this year’s romantic, layered skirts.

To order your pair at the best price online make sure you order from a store that carries authentic Western Wear, such as JC Western. In business since 1954 and with two retail stores in South Florida they have long been the trusted experts for everything Western. Family owned to this day they ensure that every pair of boots they sell is exactly what the customer expects, no exceptions. If you buy here, you won’t go anywhere else ever again. Check them out at www.jcwesternwear.com

Shop today Lucchese Sand Burnished Wax Comanche Available today!

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