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NZJono

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Aero Aeromarine battered steer with Trickers Kudu (caramel) boots, and Dr Martens ’Claude’ Made in England in soft calf. Really like both of these.
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jonbuilder

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Sometimes it's good to try something new. Cowboy boots are new to me.

These RRL roughout boots were made in Texas by Rios of Mercedes. The vegetable tanned roughout leather is said to be sourced from Ralph Lauren's cattle ranch in Colorado. I don't know whether that's true or not -it sounds like something the marketing department made up - but the roughout sure is nice. It features two inch Cuban heels and bark-tanned leather outsoles.

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I got a bit carried away with the western theme when I bought this studded belt and hand painted native American vest.

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Matching these items into one outfit is a bit too much imo, unless you live in Texas and you commute to work by horse lol.

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These are outfits I could wear without feeling self-conscious. Actually, I think they look really cool. I'm very happy with my new look :D


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Marc, it would be cool o see these posted on the cowboy boot thread
 

Marc mndt

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These handmade Luccheses are my second pair of cowboy boots. Made in 2009 but very low mileage. Great attention to detail with the elaborate western stitch pattern on the shafts (with actual cording) and the pull straps with overlay.

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As compared to my other pair, the Rios of Mercedes roughout cowboy boots, these luccheses definitely have an edge in terms of construction quality / attention to detail. Note how the welt is attached to the sole, the pull straps and the neatness of the stitching. Overall the luccheses are just a bit more fancy.

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torfjord

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These handmade Luccheses are my second pair of cowboy boots. Made in 2009 but very low mileage. Great attention to detail with the elaborate western stitch pattern on the shafts (with actual cording) and the pull straps with overlay.

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As compared to my other pair, the Rios of Mercedes roughout cowboy boots, these luccheses definitely have an edge in terms of construction quality / attention to detail. Note how the welt is attached to the sole, the pull straps and the neatness of the stitching. Overall the luccheses are just a bit more fancy.

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Beautiful boots Marc!
 

Monte

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North Dakota
Nice contrast on that Heritage pair. I've included my burgundy Jay Butler loafers, my Anderson Bean (Texas) boots, and finally my Guess vintage jacket. The jacket was a found item for 35 or 40 clams.
 

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