Men's Double H Boots® ICE™ Harness Boots with Zipper, Black

Item # WX2-227566

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Double H Boots® 11" ICE™ Western Harness Boots with Zipper Western riding boots that feature dynamic design, and the hard - working ICE outsole!

Built with supple leather uppers and eye-catching design, these Western Harness Boots from Double H® suit your Western style! An integrated zipper provides "easy-on" comfort, while stylish leather straps wrap around the boot, and up from the sole, then connect to metal rings on either side. For comfort inside, a cushioned insole works to buffer the impact of each step, so your feet don't become collateral damage in exchange for looking like a million bucks.

  • Unlined shaft offers high quality comfort
  • Plastic shank offers enhanced stability
  • Outside zipper for easy "on"
  • Stylish oldtown folklore leather uppers make these riding boots look great especially with durable Goodyear welt construction
  • 1 5 / 8 " stacked heel, "181" toe

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