Dingo Mens Dean Western Boots

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Product Summary:

Dingo Mens Dean Western Boots

Display your love for a fine pair of boots with these Dingo Men’s Dean Western Boots. This pair is completely made from great quality leather for a striking appeal and long lasting functionality. The hinged cushion insole wraps your feet in comfort, while the oil resistant outsole ensures this pair remains a part of your boot collection for years to come. These boots are a great choice for a fun ride on the bike or a night on the town.

Product Features:

  • Has detailed stitching to signify modern style.
  • Its moisture wicking cover keeps feet cool and dry.
  • Boots are very stylish in design and have attractive looks.
  • Very durable in nature making them comfortable to wear all day.

Item Specifications:

Material:
Leather

Insole:
Hinged cushion

Outsole:
Oil resistant

Shaft Height:
11"

Toe Style:
Snoot toe

Model#:
DI9057
DI9074

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hello, I have a question how to measure whether one orders 'EE' or 'D'?
Manny M on Dec 19, 2014
Best Answer: Size 16 D is approximately 4.7" wide, and size 16 EE is approximately 5.1" wide.
Sit with your foot on a piece of paper or cardboard big enough to make a drawing around your foot. File folders are great.
Draw the outline of your foot with the pencil held perpendicular to the paper at all times. Be sure to hold the pencil snugly against your foot.
Measure the width at the widest point across the ball of your foot.
The drawing will be a little larger than your foot because of the pencil thickness. Subtract 0.2” from the measurement. This will give you a more width.
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