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Buy Men’s Lucchese 1883 Texas Wingtip and Collar Boots Style #N1122

Lucchese Texas Wingtip and Collar Boots at JC Western Wear Today

lucchese wingtip mensSo you finally decided it’s time to upgrade to the finer things in life, and that’s why you are going for the top of the list, the Lucchese 1883 Texas Wingtip and Collar Style boot.

Still hand-crafted in good old Texas, USA since 1883 these boots are as exotic as they come. This pair of Lucchese is made with genuine rattlesnake back, offset by the Black Mad Dog Goat Texas Wingtip. The shaft in tan and black is made from the finest goat skin, soft to the touch and amazing to look at. Finished off with a 5 toe and 1-1/1” Cowboy heel these Lucchese Texas boots will not only keep you going, but the Ladies, too. With a pair of these Men’s Lucchese 1883 Texas Wingtip and Collar Style # N1122boot you can finally test the theory if the boots make the man or – well, just ask the Ladies.

view boots nowTo order your exotic pair of cowboy boots there is no better place than JC Western, a family owned business that only offers the finest in western wear since 1954. They will be happy to help you no matter if you walk into one of their Florida stores or order online at their new internet store To them it’s what the customer wants that matters and you can be sure to get the best advice on anything you buy.

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