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Tony Lama 1061 Men's Exotic Collection Stockman Boot with Cognac Vintage Bodycut Royal Hornback Caiman Leather Foot and a Medium Wide Square Toe

SKU: 1061
Tony Lama Men's Exotic Stockman boot in Cognac Vintage Bodycut Royal Hornback Caiman Leather Foot and 13 Inch Rust Tuscan Goat Top featuring a Lama Comfort Technology Insole for all day comfort. This boot also features a Medium Wide Square Toe with Block Heel and Leather Outsole for long wear. One of the most popular crocodilian leathers, genuine caiman features eye catching textures created by unique scale patterns. Tony Lama handcrafted caiman boots are not only the epitome of elegance but they are durable as well. Tony Lama features caiman body, tail and belly cut vamps in rich colors with beautiful rich tops. Tony Lama Boots, makers of fine quality western boots since 1911. Get your boots from Lonestar boots where the owner has over 25 years of boot experience and is willing to get you the best price possible.
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Tony Lama 1061 Men's Exotic Collection Stockman Boot with Cognac Vintage Bodycut Royal Hornback Caiman Leather Foot and a Medium Wide Square Toe
Tony Lama 1061 Men's Exotic Collection Stockman Boot with Cognac Vintage Bodycut Royal Hornback Caiman Leather Foot and a Medium Wide Square Toe
Tony Lama Men's Exotic Stockman Boot with Cognac Vintage Bodycut Royal Hornback Caiman Leather Foot and 13 Inch Rust Tuscan Goat Top featuring a Lama Comfort Technology Insole for all day comfort.
Worn by U.S. presidents, movie stars, rodeo legends and country music icons, Tony Lama boots have been engraved on the Great American landscape for 100 years.