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Lucchese Boots Quality Grades (as of 6-18-18)

Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by troypennock, Jun 18, 2018.

  1. troypennock

    troypennock New in Town

    The Woodlands, Texas USA
    Troy Pennock

    Jun 18, 6:29 AM CDT

    As I have more than ten pairs of Lucchese boots, accumulated over a fifteen year period, I think I am somewhat familiar with the brand. In days gone by, the top of the line was CLASSIC HANDCRAFTED, the middle of the line was 2000, and the entry level was SINCE 1883. Now when I shop for a pair and want the top of the line, if it is not stamped on the sole, CLASSIC HANDCRAFTED, I have to ask a salesman. Even then I get wide ranging answers. Is there some code in the numbering system that will tell me the quality level at a glance? Thank you. Your loyal customer, Troy Pennock

    Veronica (Lucchese)

    Jun 18, 11:16 AM CDT


    Thank you for contacting Lucchese Customer Service. I will be happy to assist you with the information regarding Lucchese brands.

    Whether Lucchese boots are built by artisans in El Paso or handlasted in one of our other factories, they’re touched more than 300 times by human hands during the boot making process. This attention to detail offers unprecedented fit and value among all of the Lucchese lines.

    The Lucchese Since 1883 products are the most affordable boots in the Lucchese line. They offer traditional and fashion styling in silhouettes that evoke the American West. While Select Western boots do not feature lemon wood pegs in the outsole, the do offer a number of handmade details such as embroidery. Styles that begin with the following: C, N, M, T, I may be included in this line.

    The Heritage products offer more style options and prestige materials than Select Western styles. These styles feature a number of toe and heel options, unique details like stitching, burnishing, dyes and special hardware. Style numbers begin with H and are made in the USA.

    Classic products are made with a customized fit and customized details. This series is the foundation on which Lucchese was built. These styles are handmade, easily customizable and built one pair at a time to exact specifications. Lucchese Classic styles offer luxurious details including burnishing, hand pegging, stitching and exceptional hardware. Lucchese Classic boots bridge the history of old world bootmaking with new lifestyle brands. The style numbers being with the letters L, GY, E, BL and F.

    Collection products are made with the same Lucchese Classic customized fit and customized details. This series is part of our luxury line and are handmade using the proprietary twisted cone last. Collection styles offer luxurious details including burnishing, hand pegging, hand tooling and exceptional hardware that are sold on Lucchese.com and our Lucchese retail stores.

    If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Thanks again for being a Lucchese customer. We truly appreciate your business. You can reply to this email at any time to re-open this customer service ticket for your convenience.

    Best Regards,


    Lucchese Customer Service

    (888) LUC-1883 | (888) 582-1883


    Should you have any questions regarding this or other matters, please feel free to contact us at any time.
  2. Downunder G Man

    Downunder G Man One of the Regulars

    Thanks for that mate ( sorry 'Buddy" haha !)

    I have a number of pairs of Lucchese collected over near 30 years.

    Many are "Lucchese Handmade" I believe these are the Classic and are stamped so in the shaft . LOVE them all , even the ones that are now "too small"

    what that means is there's 20KG more of me than 25 years ago !

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