Cowboy or not, you're going to love this pair of Dan Post DP69680 Men's Black Albuquerque Waterproof Cowboy Boots. In traditional western style, these men's boots feature a 12" height to protect your legs and feet, a round toe for extra wiggle room and a cowboy hee ... (see full details) (see specifications) #DANDP69680.
Dan Post Boots: Men's DP69680 Black Waterproof 12 Inch Cowboy Boots
Cowboy or not, you're going to love this pair of Dan Post DP69680 Men's Black Albuquerque Waterproof Cowboy Boots. In traditional western style, these men's boots feature a 12" height to protect your legs and feet, a round toe for extra wiggle room and a cowboy heel designed to fit well in stirrups.
The black waterproof leather upper of these Dan Post boots will keep you dry and comfortable throughout the day. Waterproof leather is treated with chemicals during the tanning process, which cause the fibers to swell and lock out water and moisture. Non-moisture, wicking leather is tested 50,000 flexes without any water coming through the leather to ensure your feet stay dry. When properly maintained, top-quality waterproof boots will provide long-lasting service.
For more dry comfort, a waterproof membrane is built into these black boots to trap moisture between the lining and outside leather. The membrane is also breathable, allowing air to circulate to provide all-day comfort.
Inside these Dan Post boots, a Cambrelle II moisture-wicking lining and removable, moisture-wicking insole will keep you cool and comfortable when it starts to get hot. Cambrelle has the capacity to absorb up to 350% of its own dry weight before it feels damp. This non-woven, synthetic fabric is durable, abrasion-resistant, and designed to move moisture away from the skin for a dry effect. It's made of a mesh of bi-component fibers that allows the lining to conform to the constant motions of the foot. As a result, it helps to prevent chafing of the skin, while also providing high levels of abrasion-resistance. It's the only non-woven lining in the world approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association.
Both the lining and insole are treated with AgION anti-microbial treatment. Proven safe and effective enough to be called an anti-microbial, AgION helps to prevent odors and the growth of fungus and bacteria to keep feet fresh and healthy while wearing these Dan Post boots. In addition, the insole can be removed to clean or replace as needed.
Theae black cowboy boots feature a rubber, mini-lug traction outsole to provide the stability you need on many surfaces. Rubber is very durable and has superior slip-, puncture- and cut-resistance compared to PVC. In addition, the material is resistant to bases, acids, alcohols, and diluted water solutions of most chemicals that are water soluble, so it won't degrade easily when coming into contact with them.
Goodyear Storm Welt construction was utilized to assemble these waterproof boots. The upper, lining, and sole are stitched together, creating a single unit for added durability. Goodyear Welt boots are known worldwide as a superior method of footwear construction. They're extremely tough and provide excellent traction, as well as the best lateral stability of all boots. As long as the upper remains sound, you can easily replace the worn-down outsole by sewing new ones to the existing welts, giving them a life expectancy of 20 years or more.
Stylish, comfortable, and waterproof, this pair of Dan Post DP69680 Men's Black Albuquerque Waterproof Cowboy Boots will surely meet your needs. Click on the "add to cart" button to place your order today.
3 out of 3 people found this product review helpful.
3 out of 5
Great exterior not so interior...
By: Michael Gale
Have had a few of these and the outside of the boots are great. Take water well, keeps feet warm and a great working boot around horses.
But the inside of the boots are not so great, Feels like the toe under the insole are not sanded down real good after they have been made on the laster, as you can feel them under your toes. Like you have your socks folded up. Also when your feet sweat in them they stick to your feet and you end up pulling the insulation away in the shaft of the boot. Have to cut them and re-glue it down with contact cement or gets were you can't get your boot off. Think the glue that is used is the problem.
As I said I have been using these same boots or the DP69681 just a different color. Be a five star boot if they would work on these problem areas. I used to make shoes so wouldn;t be that big of deal to fix the errors.
Was this review helpful To you?
5 out of 5
Dan Post Boots...
By: Matt Campbell
Wore Redwing Peco's for years, finally switched to Dan Post Albuquerque's. Man what a difference plus they simply look great too. Way worth the price all the way around. Plus the ladies love them also.....