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These are made-to-order boots by Tidewater Cowboy Boots, made in the USA by hand. These boots are the "Cattle Hunter" model. The boots have a square toe and stovepipe shaft, very similar to Frye boots of the 1960s and 70s.
The leather from which these boots are made is called "Crazy Weather" by the Prime Tanning Co. The leather can withstand tough wear, water, and mud and look better with the fully-worn appearance.
The foot is made with a special vintage last (form) that makes these boots very comfortable to wear. The boots are fully leather lined -- both in the shaft and the foot. The sole is made of oil-resistant Neolite rubber, and while not lugged, provides good traction on pavement while I ride my Harley.
These boots are 14 inches tall and have the look, feel, and comfort of how I remember vintage Frye boots to have looked and felt when I wore them in the 1970s.
I watched these boots being built and was very impressed with the quality craftsmanship and materials. These boots are definitely worth the price. For more info, contact Tidewater Cowboy Boots.