Sendra Boots 2073 58 Negro Western Boots - black
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|Uppers:||Real Leather (FLORENTIC)|
|Heel height:||ca. 4 cm|
|Shaft height:||ca. 32 cm|
|Specials:||Frame stitched (GOODYEAR WELT), cowhide leather, comfort midsole, rubber full leather heel|
Sendra Boots Western Boot 2073 58 Sam Florentic Negro - Black.
The welted western boot 2073 of the brand Sendra Boots is with its embroidery on the foot and its high set of inclined boots the classic boot at all!
The entire interior is finished with soft leather.
By the use of a comfort intermediate insert and the partially padded insole the wearing comfort is considerably increased.
The comfort insole is located between the insole (insole) and the outsole and gives the boot a great flexibility.
The waxed cowhide leather (FLORENTIC) is ideal for daily use and very easy to clean.
Two pull straps have been incorporated to make it easier to get started.
The boots have an angular 58 strip of the brand Sendra Boots. The lasts have a comfortable fit and instep height.
The shaft is tightly cut.
The two-layer leather outsole is additionally sewn to the outer frame.
The Western boot 2073 58 Sam Florentic Negro of the brand Sendra Boots has a shaft height of approx. 32 cm.
The rubberized SAM full leather heel has a height of approx. 4 cm.
The boots have a heel circumference of approx. 36 cm. Depending on the boot size, this can be extended or reduced by approx. 1-2 cm.
Due to the handcrafted production method of the Sendra Boots boots, there may be differences in colour or design compared to the illustrated boots!
Each pair of SENDRA BOOTS western boots is unique!
Waxed leathers (FLORENTIC ) require special care products.
With the frame-sewn manufacturing method (GOODYEAR WELT) always a small shrinkage phase is to be considered!
The company Sendra Boots advises you to wear the boots with a protective cover sole made of leather or rubber if you use them daily.
The soling of the boots should always be applied after a break-in phase!