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NOL005-3 Old Boot Factory Women's SHAWNEE 13" Rustic Beige/Black

$259.95

NOL005-3 Old Boot Factory Women's SHAWNEE 13" LEATHER UPPER: Res Rustic Black Beige Stone Wash TOE: Aura HEEL: 9964 STYLE NAME: SHAWNEE This boot was designed by Fred Gibbon and L. B. Morgan and...

5 B5 B
5.5 B5.5 B
6 B6 B
6.5 B6.5 B
7 B7 B
7.5 B7.5 B
8 B8 B
8.5 B8.5 B
9 B9 B
9.5 B9.5 B
10 B10 B
10.5 B10.5 B
11 B11 B
12 B12 B
5 C5 C
5.5 C5.5 C
6 C6 C
6.5 C6.5 C
7 C7 C
7.5 C7.5 C
8 C8 C
8.5 C8.5 C
9 C9 C
9.5 C9.5 C
10 C10 C
10.5 C10.5 C
11 C11 C
12 C12 C
5 RF C5 RF C
5.5 RF C5.5 RF C
6 RF C6 RF C
6.5 RF C6.5 RF C
7 RF C7 RF C
7.5 RF C7.5 RF C
8 RF C8 RF C
8.5 RF C8.5 RF C
9 RF C9 RF C
9.5 RF C9.5 RF C
10 RF C10 RF C
10.5 RF C10.5 RF C
11 RF C11 RF C
12 RF C12 RF C
SKU: 7777333225499Categories: Facebook Shop, Women's Boots Tags: Old Boot Factory, women's boots
Description

NOL005-3 Old Boot Factory Women's SHAWNEE 13"

LEATHER UPPER: Res Rustic Black Beige Stone Wash

TOE: Aura

HEEL: 9964

STYLE NAME: SHAWNEE

This boot was designed by Fred Gibbon and L. B. Morgan and brought to life by the Old Boot Factory!

This boot is an OLD BOOT FACTORY original design. Made with the legacy of Nocona, TX in mind, this boot is a timeless classic cowboy boot designed around comfort and quality. There is a leather wrapped cushioned footbed insole that comes standard in this boot. You can walk all day and not be tired on your feet!

This boot features arrowheads on the wrinkle stitch (toe bug), in the stitch pattern on the upper and pull tabs. This boot screams Chief Nocona! We love the native heritage

In a world full of cowboys, be the CHIEF!

Additional Information
Size

5 b, 5.5 b, 6 b, 6.5 b, 7 b, 7.5 b, 8 b, 8.5 b, 9 b, 9.5 b, 10 b, 10.5 b, 11 b, 12 b, 5 c, 5.5 c, 6 c, 6.5 c, 7 c, 7.5 c, 8 c, 8.5 c, 9 c, 9.5 c, 10 c, 10.5 c, 11 c, 12 c, 5 rf c, 5.5 rf c, 6 rf c, 6.5 rf c, 7 rf c, 7.5 rf c, 8 rf c, 8.5 rf c, 9 rf c, 9.5 rf c, 10 rf c, 10.5 rf c, 11 rf c, 12 rf c

Shipping & Delivery
We ship promptly to the lower 48 United States from the factory building in Nocona, Texas.