Moonshine Spirit Men's Crazy Horse Vintage Western Boots

Item # 2000112307
Moonshine Spirit


  • Moonshine Spirit Men's Crazy Horse Vintage Western Boots
  • Item # 2000112307
$179.99 Online Price
(9 Reviews)

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Moonshine Spirit by Brad Paisley brings you these beautiful vintage inspired western boots in honey leather with burnish details. The full grain leather creates a comfortable environment for your feet as they take shape with every wear. The 12" shaft is adorned with a detailed tonal stitch pattern for a classic western look. Constructed with a cushioned leather insole, leather lining, a thermoplastic heel counter, genuine steel shank and a Goodyear welt, these boots are made for long-lasting, durable wear. The fashion square toe, leather outsole and cowboy heel give these boots a great look with versatility. Whether you are headed to a concert, hanging out in the country, tearing up a dance floor or going for a ride you will be representing your Moonshine Spirit in these boots.

Style(s): BBM85

  • Distressed full-grain honey leather
  • 12" Shaft Height
  • Tonal stitching and scroll pattern
  • Fashion square toe
  • Leather outsole
  • Cowboy heel
  • Leather lined
  • Thermoplastic heel counter
  • Cushioned leather insole
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    Moonshine Spirit Men's Crazy Horse Vintage Western Boots is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 9.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great looking pair of boots I've only had these for a few days, but love them already. I'd looked at them for a while online, but was skeptical to buy because there were no reviews. Let me say that I 100% recommend them. They look very sharp; I get compliments on them all the time. Although I have not had them long enough to attest to their durability, I'll say with confidence that they are well-made boots. They're elegant enough to wear with a suit and casual enough to wear with jeans - very versatile.
    Date published: 2016-02-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great boots Very picky about my boots but these were an easy choice. Perfect toe shape and heel height is great. Overall looks and feels great. One of the best looking styles on the racks. I'm usually an 11-12 but the 11's were too tight (couldn't hardly get my foot in them) so went with the 12's and they're just slightly roomy. The associate recommended inserts to give that extra little cushion for the size difference and they're great.
    Date published: 2015-03-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like these boots These are great boots. I am usually a size 10.5 or 11 when I buy sneakers, but I got these boots in size 10 because they seemed to fit better and my foot stayed where it should. I compared these with a similar boot by Ariat and while I also liked the Ariat, I went with these ones because they were just a little bit more stylish. They felt equally comfortable as the Ariats.
    Date published: 2015-01-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from about the best boot you can get, especially for the price these are my dream boots. and it's not for not having purchased a variety of western boots prior. i've gone expensive with Lucchese, i've gone inexpensive with durango, i've gone midrange with Ariat, Dan Post, Justin. i cannot find a better, more well constructed boot using full leather in the boot and full leather sole, and that includes Lucchese. as for looks, i'd rate these as good as any of my dozen pair of western boots, and better in looks than most of them. the clean, classic line of this boot could be out of The Magnificent Seven, a Clint Eastwood film, or the actual West. these appear to be made by Dan Post, but may be by another top manufacturer (i personally think Post)...but whoever, it is a top grade bootmaker and they've done this celebrity brand proud...the price is no doubt lower than if these had the actual manufacturer's name on them, which makes them an incredible steal. these are light, purely designed, quality construction, and could easily retail for over $200 and be worth every penny. i preferred the leather on this model, but the color was a bit light for my tastes so 2 applications of Obenauf's turned them deep brown which looks sooo good i can't stand it. but if you like a lighter boot, than no conditioner application necessary. one thing's for darn sure, as these break in and get older and beat up, they will only look better and better. with the quality constrcution, and full leather sole, these might last pretty close to a lifetime...or if you're hard on boots, at least a decade with some resoling. i have no connection with the boot industry, i'm just a fan of western boots, and i say these are amazing. one thing i can suggest is to use your NORMAL sizing you use for all other cowboy boot brands. for some reason cowboy boot sizing seem pretty standard, so you can trust that. i will add that you have no problem with these being small...however, if you wear a size 11 and find that's slightly big on you, they may feel indeed a bit big. but if whatever size you take fits well, getting the same size in these should work. while not running necessarily 'big', they definitely do not run smaller than the size they are marked. getting back to Dan Post boots, i'd say the sizing is exactly that of a Dan Post boot, as well as an Ariat. as for comfort, they are as comfortable as any other boot except for Ariat, which puts a removable cushion sole in them (Ariat also makes their boots a bit wider to accept the removable cushion sole)...but against all other western boots, which do NOT use a separate cushion sole, these are as comfortable as any, and as good as the Lucchese have nothing on these in any respect.
    Date published: 2015-06-09
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