Men's 13" Justin® Iguana Lizard Western Boots

Item # WX2-161709

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Justin® 13" Iguana Lizard Western Boots. Born in the USA and ready to deliver WILD STYLE! A different animal!

OK, so the look is definitely cool, but how do they feel? Well, thanks to the J-Flex Flexible Comfort System®, you'll probably find these Boots to be some of the most comfortable you've ever owneded.

You won't believe your feet when you feel the energy return generated by the leather-covered cushioned insole and triple density insole board ... you'd swear the folks at Justin® broke them in for you.

The low-down:
  • Black lizard vamp
  • Black cowhide upper
  • Medium round toe
  • Single stitch welt
  • Leather outsole
  • 1 9 / 16 " heel. 13" h. overall. 30 ozs. each. Black.

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