The Tanner is a Lucchese roper made of durable Mad Dog Goat, offering unparalleled comfort for the man looking for a shorter heel and shaft than those of a traditional cowboy boot. Tanner has a full welt with a leather sole and heel. Handmade in Texas.
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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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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