Sendra Boots western ankle boot Cuervo Brown
Western boots, cowboy boots - Handmade in Spain.
Classic western boots with flame coating. The whole interior is made of very comfortable pigskin. There are no exposed seams when handling the lining. By using comfort inserts and partially filled insoles the wearing comfort can be improved considerably. The comfort insert is located between the inner sole (insole) and the outer sole. After a certain period of penetration the boots can be more flexible. Goodyear welded Sendra boots 4660 Britnes Flo Marron Evolution Tan Western ankle boots are made of strongly waxed cowhide. Finally, brush and oil the entire shoe upper leather to achieve a unique appearance. To make it easier to get in and out, an elastic band covered with leather is built into the upper. Additionally, two entrance loops are added. The two-layer leather sole is also sewn onto the outer frame. The pointed CUERVO upper of the Sendra boots is very comfortable and the instep height is normal. The brown bootees 4660 Cuervo West Britnes Flo Marron Evolution by Sendra Boots have a shaft height of approx. 17 cm. The height of the rubber-coated WEST full leather heel is approx. 4 cm. The thickness of the double-layer leather sole is approx. 7 mm. The Sendra Boots Western boots have the complete interior area finished with a soft leather, there are no exposed seams when processing the lining. The use of a partially padded insole considerably increases the wearing comfort. The comfort insert is located between the insole (inner sole) and the outsole and gives the boot, after a certain break-in period, a great flexibility.
Manufacturer: Sendra Boots
Upper: Genuine leather (BRITNES & EVOLUTION)
Insole: leather insole
Color: Marron & Tang
Heel height: ca. 4 cm
shaft height: approx. 17 cm
Special features: Frame stitched (Goodyear world)
Each pair of Sendra Boots boots and ankle boots is unique! Polished leather types (FLORENTIC) require special care products.
With the welted production method (Goodyear Welted) a small break-in phase is always to be considered!