Men's Justin® 10" Stampede Rancher Boots, Pebbled Copper

Item # WX2-303900

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Justin® 10" Stampede Rancher Boots. Good-looking, comfortable kicks that ensure you stay standing, at work or at play. SAVE BIG !

Sharp with a capital S, and so darn cushioning they'll feel broken in the first time you wear them! Patented J-Flex Flexible Comfort System® generates return energy, thanks to a leather-covered cushioned insole and triple-density insole board. Siped rubber sole for steadiness. All this, and they're BIG BUCKS OFF!

For business or pleasure:
  • Pebbled leather vamp and uppers, with stylish, roomy round toe
  • Lightweight molded EVA insole absorbs impact
  • J-Flex Flexible Comfort System® with removable cushioned insole, triple-density insole board and removable orthotic
  • Blown-rubber outsole, siped for traction
  • Riveted steel shank for support
  • Pull-on tabs at sides for easy on and off
  • Rear stabilizer board
  • High-density rubber strike points
  • 90° heel. Each approx. 10" h., 22 1/ 2 ozs.

State Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. Medium width. Order these Boots ONLINE today!

Boots, Pebbled Copper


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