Tony Lama Women's Iron Shiloh San Saba Western Boots

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Tony Lama Women's Iron Shiloh San Saba Western Boots
PrintFeatures:

  • Handcrafted in the USA
  • Full-grain leather foot
  • Goat upper
  • San Saba Collection
  • 13" contrast shaft with pull-tabs
  • Unique stitching design
  • Lama Cushion Comfort Package
  • H toe (broad square)
  • 1.375" H-heel (walking)
  • Double row welt stitch
  • Leather outsole

Hit the town in style in these Tony Lama Women’s Iron Shiloh San Saba Western Boots. Whether you’re out on the dance floor or riding around ranch these boots will have you in cozy comfort and pure style. Unique stitching detail adorns the 13” contrast goat leather shaft for a stylish look. Inside, the Cushion Comfort Package offers a steel shank for maximum support and durability, a scored insole for improved flexibility and stability, and a poron foam layer that provides instant comfort and cushioning. These boots are then finished off with a leather outsole, comfortable broad square toes and walking heels. Best of all, these boots were handcrafted right here in the USA.

Style(s): C2826L

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Toe Type: Broad Square
Outsole: Leather
Lifestyle: Western
Country Of Origin: USA
Heel Type: Walking
Upper Material: Goat
Insole: Cushion Comfort Package
Shaft: 13"
Material: Leather
Heel Height: 1.375"
Color: Chocolate/Cream
Product Weight: 4 lbs
Closure: Pull-On
Print Since Tony Lama was the 11 year old son of Italian immigrants, he began learning about the boot industry. He studied under his uncle as a boy in Syracuse, New York where he learned the boot trade. Those were the humble beginnings of a legendary bootmaking career.

Tony Lama was a cobbler for soldiers stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas. After his term, he moved to the nearby town of El Paso and setup his first boot shop. He produced the best fitting, most comfortable boots around. This is when Tony Lama Boots was born. in the 1930's Tony Lama began distributing boots in Western Wear stores and by 1961, Tony Lama Boots was producing over 750 boots a day. When Tony Lama passed away in 1974, his family continued the tradition of quality and handcraftsmanship, making Tony Lama Boots a true American success story. In 1990, the company became part of the Justin Boot family and the tandem has set the standard for quality and craftsmanship worldwide.

If you have never tried on Tony Lama Boots, you are in for a treat. Each pair celebrates the humble and hardworking beginnings of the old west. With over 100 steps to producing every pair of boots, today's Tony Lama's incorporate the same craftsmanship combined with modern comfort and durability technologies. This construction and quality makes Tony Lama the most recognized western boots in the world. Not to mention the selection of men's boots and women's boots is outstanding. Whether it's the TLX series, their Handcrafted series or their classic Western boots, Tony Lama will not disappoint.