- Cody James® Men's Square Toe Stockman Boots
- Item # 0502L3
$169.99 Online Price
These Cody James stockman boots have style and comfort. These boots are made from premium full grain leather and have a comfortable and fashionable square toe. The breathable leather lining and insole keep your feet wrapped in comfort, while the steel shank provides the support you need for all day wear. The thermoplastic heel counter reduces heel slip and keeps the shape of the heel intact for comfort and durability. The Goodyear welt gives you proven quality you can depend on and the option to resole these boots if needed. The leather outsole, compressed leather heel with rubber heel cap for traction ensure these boots for hard use, long durability, and great comfort. Whether you are out herding cattle or at the local saloon, these are the quality boots that you need. Cody James boot collection is made with time honored craftsmanship by artesian bootmakers.
- 13" Shaft height
- Premium full-grain leather foot and shaft
- Eight row stitch pattern
- Comfort leather lining
- Thermoplastic heel counter
- Cushioned leather insole
- Genuine steel shank
- Goodyear three quarter welt
- Spur ridge
Cody James® Men's Square Toe Stockman Boots is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by shupe95 from these boots suck I've had these boots now for 5 day. They have started to just flat out fall apart. Boot barn this is a bad product that your selling at that price.....not worth it at all
Date published: 2017-01-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by bob from Fell apart in 3 months These boots were not worth the money. Great look. But wore out far too easily. Holes in the side of the boot leather, soles wearing out within three months of wearing them. Not even worn consistently, and hardly ever for working in. Not worth the money.
Date published: 2013-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Johnnn5556633 from Great Good look, Have had them for 9 months and only the rubber has worn down on the heel but would expect that for wearing them everyday and working in them
Date published: 2017-02-26