Clark

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Specs

Lucchese's Clark goes back to the late 1800s when Lucchese was the main purveyor of cavalry boots for the U.S. Army at Sam Houston. This women's riding boot has proven timeless with its tall shaft and contrasting leather. The calf leather sleekly wraps around the leg and is fastened by three traditional buckles, while the vamp features ultra belly crocodile leather. Finishing the riding boot's classic silhouette is the roper toe and heel. Handmade in Texas.

Material: Nile Crocodile + Oil Calf
Sole: Leather
Toe: R
Shaft Height: 17 inches
Heel: R

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Fit Guide

How a Lucchese Boot Should Fit

RULE OF THUMB

Lucchese boots typically fit about one half-size smaller than everyday dress shoes. If the boot has a padded foot bed, then the boot will fit to size.

  • A properly fitting boot should feel like a firm handshake across the instep.
  • The ball of your foot should be in the widest part of the boot.
  • There will be a slight slip in the heel.

How to Try on Cowboy Boot

1. Sit.

2. Put both fingers through the pull straps and insert your foot into the boot.

3. Keeping the heel on the ground, use your body weight to get your foot into the boot. *Note: You will feel resistance as you try to pull the boot on.

4. As your foot sinks into the boot, listen for the audible “thump.”

5. Walk around and feel the fit of the boot. *Note: Notice the slight slip in the heel.

FOOT GOING IN
FOOT IN
    COMMON FIT PROBLEMS
  • If the boot feels too tight, go for a wider width.
  • If the boot feels too loose, try a smaller size.