Made in US
Shaft measures approximately 11.5" from arch
Heel measures approximately 1.5"
Boot opening measures approximately 14.5" around
Western riding boot with leather upper featuring square toe, decorative stitching, and pull-on loops for easy on/off
Justin Boots Men's Bent Rail Square Toe Cowhide Tobacco Cowhide Black Spiral Boots Designed with the modern cowboy in mind, the Justin Boot Men's Bent Rail Tobacco Black Spiral Cowboy Boots feature an 11 inch royal black top followed by a Tobacco cowhide vamp with wide square toe, double stitch welt, walking heel, and leather outsole. The patented J-Flex Flexible Comfort System(R) features leather cover cushioned insole that returns energy to foot and triple density insole board that combines strength and flexibility making Justin Boots the most comfortable boot you'll ever own. Features: Made in the USA Modern design Wide square toe 11 inch tall Double stitch welt Leather Sole Walking Heel Pull tabs for easy on use Patented J-Flex Flexible Comfort System(R) insoles Leather cover cushioned insole returns energy to foot Triple density insole board combines strength and flexibility Item Specifications: Collection: Bent Rail Quarter Color: Royal Black Spiral Vamp Color: Tobacco Cowhide Material: Cowhide Toe: J124 (Wide Square) Heel: T (1 3/8" Long Base Block) Height: 11 inch Insole: J-Flex Flexible Comfort System Model Number: BR740
The story of Justin Boots began in 1879, when H.J. Justin moved to Spanish Fort, Texas to become a boot repairman. He was a quick study, with an eye and talent for boot making. H.J. soon began his own boot company, Justin Boots, which he operated out of his home to serve cowboys passing though town. H.J. saw the potential for his business, so when a railroad was built ten years later in Nocona, Texas, he moved his family there to capitalize on a bigger market. In 1908, Justin Boots became a true family company when his sons, Earl and Avis, came to work for their father. Their combined efforts pushed the company forward, and just two years later, Justin Boots had doubled its production and was being sold in 26 states as well as Mexico, Canada, and Cuba. Seven years after their fathers death in 1918, his sons moved the company headquarters to Fort Worth where it still operates today.
Justin Boots Men's 11-Inch Bent Rail Riding Boot - B00WM5I38M