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Old Gringo

Diaz cowboy boot

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Black cowboy boot Diaz by Old Gringo. The foot is tooled with horseshoes and leaf motifs. The leather of the shaft has structure that gives a vintage look. The side, pullstrap and top of the shaft are worked with a cool rough braid.

Delivery time: Ordered before 17:00, shipped the same day!
  • Black cowboy boots with horseshoe

    This handmade black cowboy boot, model Diaz by Old Gringo is a real eye-catcher! Unique, because of the tooled foot starring a horseshoe.

    The motif on the foot and at the top of the shaft of this cowboy boot is completely hand applied in the leather. The double part at the toe, the so-called wingtip and the double part at the heel, are tooled. The horseshoe and leaf motifs are made into the leather by stamping. A precise and time-consuming technique.

    The shaft is made of very supple black leather with lots of structure that gives this cowboy boot a vintage look. The wingtip and the heel have a blue glow which makes the pattern even more visible.

    The side, pull straps and top of the shaft are finished with cool rough braiding.

    The sole of the boot is made of leather in the so-called Single Welt stitch. The leather sole and heel are finished in a light color. This can be changed to a darker finish at the customer's request.

    By own import we are the only ones, who bring this exclusive model to Europe.

    This cowboy boot has a supple shaft and can therefore be worn well under pants. For the real cowboy boots man, the Diaz is a tough beauty.

    With these boots you will receive a bottle of maintenance product of Saphir worth € 17,50 as a gift.

  • Colour Black
    Total height 37 cm
    Heel height 4 cm
    Leather Cow

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