Roper Mens Crazy Horse Kiltie Boot

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Product Summary:

Roper® Men's Horseshoe Crazy Horse Kiltie
 
From the Roper® Horseshoe Style Collection, comes the Crazy Horse Kiltie--part Western boot, part athletic shoe. 
Built with a forged steel shank and soft inner sole for support and stability, the 9/16" heel is ideal for riding.   The 3/4 ankle lends extra support for when you are in the stirrup or just on the road.
 
 
Features:
  • Removable comfort footbed
  • Non-marking rubber outsole
  • 3/4 ankly height
  • Nylex lining
  • 9/16" heel for riding
Item Specifications:

Material:
Leather
 
Color:
Crazy Horse Brown
 
Sizes:
6, 7, 7 1/2, 8, 8 1/2, 9, 9 1/2, 10, 10 1/2, 11, 11 1/2, 12, 13, 14

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this was a boot that my boyfriend previously had and it just ended up not fitting right , do to I ordered the wrong style.
but was satisfied with the product itself.
lora b on Nov 30, 2015
For a gift
Leah B on Dec 10, 2013
do these come in extra wide?size 10.5
A shopper on Dec 1, 2014
Best Answer: No they do not. However I wear a New Balance 4e tennis shoe and these do not bother my feet at all. I would say that is one of the reasons I have purchased so many is because of the fit on my very wide feet.
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