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Lucchese Classic Black Cherry Boots

Women’s Lucchese Classic Hand Tooled Black Cherry Boots

If you’ve been looking for a American made boots, Lucchese Classics are the ones to go with.  All of Lucchese Classics are 100% made in The U.S.A., completely handmade of the finest leathers or skins.  They have an unprecedented fit and comfort, but not only are they comfy they’re stylish too.

Lucchese Classic Hand Tooled Black Cherry Boots are a prime example of their outstanding quality.  Made of silky black cherry calf leather, with a 12-inch shaft that’s collar has been hand tooled.  While snip toe and vamp are overlaid with a Sheridan Floral hand tooled design, where you can see all the time a dedication went into making these boots. It’s fine leather outsole and 1 1/2-inch heel is attached with a nice single welt stitch.

Since 1883, Lucchese Classics have had World Class Craftsmanship.  You can certainly tell on every inch of their Lucchese Classic Hand Tooled Black Cherry Boots.  And they were made in El Paso, Texas, so they you know it is an American made boots.  These will go marvelous with a pair of jeans tucked in or even accent a simple sundress.

If you are looking for a place to get your pair of Lucchese Classic Hand Tooled Black Cherry Boots, go to JC Western. They spend the same amount of time and care with their customers as Lucchese spends on making their boots.  For first class service, shop at JC Western Wear or shop online at www.jcwesternwear.com.

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