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Buy Women’s Lucchese 1883 Presley Stitch & Studs Style # N4707

Women’s Lucchese Presley Stitch & Studs Boots 

Lucchese Boots are handmade history since 1883 and with the Women’s Lucchese Presley Stitch & Studs, Style # N4707 they once again outdid themselves.

view-item-nowThis Women’s Lucchese features a goat leather upper in beautiful Peanut Brittle color, embroidered and with stud details that will make you say “wow” every time you look at these boots. Quality leather outsole and cushioned insole for that broke in feeling right out of the box are as much a trademark of Lucchese as the western spirit is for America.

Personally, I think that this color in combination with the studs and classic embroidery, the 12” shaft and classic toe and heel styling will be an absolute hit with any urban or rural country cowgirl alike. Dress them up with Jeans and a men’s shirt and you will look like you’ve been born in the West, ready for any adventure; pair them with a white ruffle skirt, a tank top and jeans jacket and any cowboy will want to take you for a ride.

AT JC Western you can shop by style, by brand or just plain by whatever Western Wear your heart desires. Having been the market leader in Florida with their two retail stores for decades their new online superstore will have you shopping securely online all day long. Check out their online specials at

Shop today here at JC Western Online Store for your very own pair of Women’s Lucchese Presley Stitch & Studs Boots!

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