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.
Note: All masks are final sale and not returnable for health and safety precautions.
ShaftMad Dog Goat 10''
VampMad Dog Goat
Mad Dog Goat DESCRIPTION
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)
To me, quality is integrity with all of those involved. In the coffee world, a bean passes through many hands before it gets to the individual consumer so there are lots of opportunities to mask lesser quality or to present in a way that seems like quality. We believe that the only way to maintain quality is to source the very finest beans farmed and imported with the highest, most ethical standards, and then roast and prepare it in a way that showcases the care that has gone into bringing these beans to your cup.
Is timeless style & design important to you?
Why or why not?
I’m more into understated design because to me, style and design are means to an end. It is simple enough to hide behind good design or to check a box on your style because you have an item, but I am more interested in what people do with these things. Quality and design and style are all connected.
What does a pair of well broken-in boots mean to you?
The road traveled. Boots tell a story, not about what you are trying to project or where you are headed, but where you’ve been. Doors you have kicked open and what you’ve spilled on your feet, things you have had to step in and scrape off. Broken-in boots should be earned.