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I bought these boots on a close-out sale in June 2015. These boots have a shaft height of 11.5 inches, classic square toe, and a heel hight of 1.25 inches. They are leather lined with a thin layer of buckskin-colored leather. The boots are made in Mexico by an unknown contracted source. The materials and craftsmanship are okay -- not outstanding, but they are alright for the biker style I enjoy.
These are NOT motorcycle boots despite the marketing hype. Why? These boots do not compare with rugged Vibram-soled harness boots like Chippewa Harness Boots. (See side-by-side comparison below). These boots have a smooth leather sole that provides no traction whatsoever. No real motorcycle operator would wear boots with soles like these while riding a bike.
Other than that, they look good and are lightweight. I wear them to work and casually, but not when riding my Harley. I have real biker boots for that!
Comparison of Chippewa Harness Boots (left) with American Rebel Boots (right)
American Rebel Biker Style