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Maybe your brand of wranglin' has you pinning down a ribeye on your dinner plate. Or perhaps your ride isn't flesh and bone but rubber and steel. Either way, you're a cowboy. And cowboys require boots. Be sure yours are top-notch: Dingo DI05981 Men's 12-Inch Briar ... (see full details) (see specifications) #DNGDI05981.
Maybe your brand of wranglin' has you pinning down a ribeye on your dinner plate. Or perhaps your ride isn't flesh and bone but rubber and steel. Either way, you're a cowboy. And cowboys require boots. Be sure yours are top-notch: Dingo DI05981 Men's 12-Inch Briar Leather Western Boots.
These all-leather boots are made to last. The 12-inch shafts feature distinctive stitching and a classic V-shaped scallop to give them Western flair. Pull tabs on the uppers allow for easy put-on and removal. An R-toe shape is slightly pointed in the traditional cowboy style. The heel is gently angled in what is known as a Western, or cowboy, configuration.
Inside, you'll enjoy Dingo's comfort cushioned insoles, giving your feet padded protection from pavement pounding impact. The Chevron flex rubber outsoles give good ground grip when footing's an iffy issue. Plus, they're flexible enough to and bend with your natural footfall.
Dingo DI05981 Men's 12-Inch Briar Leather Western Boots are the perfect blend of cowboy style with modern comfort. You get a pair of rugged boots that are as at home on the range as they are on the road.
Sizes Manufactured: D 7 - 12,13 | Extra Wide 8 - 12,13
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4 out of 5
Re: Dingo Brar Leather Cowboy Boots D105981----I don't normally work on a ranch, but I figure a real working man has to own cowboy boots at some time in his life. And theseDingo Boots are pretty dang fun. The size 13EW fits like a 14, which I was really hoping it would, and the boots seem like they're built to take not only actual ranch work, but the stresses of everyday life as well. The heels are a little high, though that might just be something peculiar to cowboy boots that I wasn't familiar with before - so if you're tall and don't want to look taller, you might want to find a pair that doesn't have an inch to inch and a half heel. Would recommend, but maybe not for tall guys.