Super premium leathers and hand detailing combine to create the new standard. The Kennedy Roper is crafted from premium Florence buffalo calf and features signature Lucchese details in the delicately hand-corded Cruces stitch and Kennedy pull strap. Full single stitch welt. Leather insole and outsole. Handmade in Texas.
- Florence Buffalo Calf
- Detailed Kennedy Pull Strap
- Hand-corded Cruces Stitch
- Multi-step finishing process including hand-burnishing and polishing
Note: This boot is stonewashed
which gives it a worn look.
Note: This boot is made with Giant Gator
leather, its tiling patterns will vary from what you see on these pictures.
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THE LUCCHESE CONSTRUCTION
Using only the highest quality smooth and exotic leathers, Lucchese builds a boot that is designed to hug a person’s foot thanks to our proprietary last. For this perfect final touch, our expert bootmakers use a variety of finishing techniques that include weathering, burnishing, and hand-staining.
THE LUCCHESE FIT
Lucchese Bootmaker uses time-honored craftsmanship techniques
to build handmade boots of unrivaled fit, comfort, and style.
Because of their hand-lasted nature, each pair of Lucchese
boots differs slightly. With more wear, the leather on the
boots molds to the contours of the foot, personalizing both
boot and fit.
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What does quality mean to you?
(personally and within your industry)
Quality is about something that finds its way into your life and sticks with you. A compelling story in a film, the steadfast loyalty of a dog, a worn-in something that brings you a feeling of comfort. For purveyors of quality things, its also the result of an extreme passion for something and the desire to make that something special for others
Is timeless style & design important to you?
Why or why not?
Style comes down to individual taste and there's no right or wrong, its about identity. Design is different, its about utility. Design is universal and there are things that work and things that don't. Both God and the Devil are in the details when it comes to design. But timelessness ... well, that's how you know when you nailed it on both fronts.
What does a pair of well broken-in boots mean to you?
See above ... add 10 years worth of miles and memories.