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Tony Lama boots have used their same lasting systems for a hundred years. If you have worn TL boots before, get your usual sizing. If not, call Cultured Cowboy and we'll walk you through the sizing process, but generally, go 1/2 size smaller than most dress shoe sizes.

Your Tony Lama boot should feel like a comfortable handshake on the front of your foot. Boots slip on your heels. They are designed to! They will not rub blisters as they do, because they are designed with a heel counter that allows slippage. The slipping pumps air around your feet for more comfort. The top, including the instep area, will keep a well made cowboy boot on your foot while you run around town. (I know Momma told you never to get a shoe that slipped. That's because in a shoe, the top of the heel must cup your cuneiform bone. Western boots, with their special design, and taller top, developed over centuries, are made more forgiving & more comfy than department store shoes!)  

We recommend a good Thorlo sock to go with your boots. Thorlo socks are engineered for feet in boots. (Everything from sweat dissipation to padding in the right places.) And always use cleaners and conditioners to make your boot leather last a long time. And remember, with a buckaroo boot, you want to have your boot repair shop replace the heel pad as soon as it wears thin. This keeps the boot from wearing into the heel block, and thus breaking over at the heel counter. 


Tony Lama Oil Retan Workboot Style TL-4013
Darkens with age.
STYLE:    TL-4013
DESCRIPTION:   RETAN
SIZE:   B     8-12, 13
D     6-12, 13, 14
EE   7-12, 13
EEE 7-12
FOOT:   NATURAL Oil Retan
TOP:   NATURAL Oil Retan
TOE:   R MEDIUM ROUND
HEEL:   4
HEIGHT:   13"
INSOLE:   7 IRON LEATHER - TRADITIONAL
MIDSOLE:   6-IRON RUBBER
OUTSOLE:   FULL WELT Vibram Chevron

 

CC PRICE:  $234.99
Compare at$270.00 
Price Includes a $10
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Tony Lama has retained the Chevron Sole that has been so popular in men's Western boots for so many years. This is a non-slip, oil resistant working boot sole that can flex enough to keep lots of arch support in place for your feet. This picture shows the color of this boot after a fair coat of Lexol conditioner.
 

 


When you saddle soap your leather work boots, to clean them, use Lexol, Leather Balm or boot oils of some sort to add back conditioner. Mink Oil, or Snow Seal the leathers right before you go into a lot of manure, or mud. This weatherproofs your leather. Be sure and use an old toothbrush to get into all the tight spots. (I like to use a hair dryer about 6 inches to a foot away, to open the pores of the leather allowing the waxy stuff (waterproofing compound) to penetrate into the leather. You can really watch it soak in.)  If they get really covered in muck, you can just squirt them off with a water hose before you tote "all that" into your house. (You might be cool at the stockyards, to walk around looking like ya did something. But, that ain't cool coming into Momma's house!)  

If wet, allow them to dry at room temperature, then just add another coat of conditioner. Conditioners will darken your leathers because they add moisture balance. As the leathers dry out, they will return to "almost" the same color as new. - Taking care of your boots will make them last much longer than not.



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