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I like the style of cowboy boots for motorcycle use. These boots are Chippewa model 20012, in their Arroyos Rugged Outdoor lineup. The leather is called "briar pitstop," which is meaningless. It really is a dark brown.
These USA-made boots are 12 inches high, and are made of thick, durable leather. They're solid as a rock. The boots are also leather-lined for comfort and durability. They have a round toe, 1-5/8 inch stacked heel and a Vibram® 430 "minilug" sole -- excellent traction for use when riding a motorcycle. If you are a biker who is looking for a pair of cowboy boots that do not overstate, and have a durable sole perfect for motorcycling, these are the boots.
I also have them in a light tan (bay apache) color, too.
The boots run true-to-size but have an ample foot, meaning that a good gel insole adds to comfort and fit.
These boots compare with Double H Work Western Boots, but are much better in quality and construction. For the price, Chippewa work western boots are outstanding.
This is what the boots look like fully broken in
when exposed to mud and hosed off, these boots taken on a medium brown, rugged, well-worn appearance:
Just hanging out, cowboy style.
The "Marlboro Man" wore boots like this.
This is how the boots look in the on-line image from the vendor
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