Women's Tall Riding Boot

$695
Women's Tall Riding Boot
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Women's Tall Riding Boot
$695
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 Our Tall Riding Boot is an equestrian-inspired style, aesthetically similar to the Competition Polo Boot, but without the protective shield required for high goal polo. With its refined and lifestyle-friendly characteristics, the Tall Riding Boot is perfect for both on and off the horse. A traditional, Ryan stitch pattern adds western charm, while full covered side seams create a sophisticated silhouette with clean lines. Our Tall Riding Boot offers authentic construction and design with long-lasting durability for anyone who embraces the equestrian-inspired way of life. Single stitch welt construction. Leather sole. Handmade in Texas. 

Material: Cowhide
Sole: Leather
Toe: R
Shaft Height: 16 inches
Heel: R
  • For the best Lucchese fit, take the following steps when trying on boots.
  • STEP 1 - STAND
    Insert your fingers into the boot’s pull straps, widen the opening and pull the boot on using your body weight. Note: If the foot slips into the boot too easily, the size is too big. Try on both boots.
  • STEP 2 - LISTEN
    When your foot sinks into the correct size, you will hear (and feel) a slight thump inside the boot.
  • STEP 3 - REST
    The ball of the foot should rest comfortably in the widest part of the boot just in front of the arch. There should be at least a thumbs width of space between your toes and the end of your boot.
  • STEP 4 - GRIP
    The correct fit grips like a firm handshake, with firmness over the top of the instep and a slight slip (typically around 1/4 to 1/2 inch) in the heel. The goal is a snug fit, but not to the point of discomfort. If you feel any discomfort, consider a larger size or place a special order for a custom fit.

    Tip: Until the leather breaks in, there will be some slippage in the heel. As you wear the boot, the leather conforms to your foot reducing the slippage.

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