Tony Lama Boots

Tony Lama Men's Western Dress Boots

Tony Lama Exotic Boot Collection gives you a handcrafted boot with style and support. Leather soles on a Western dress boot that allow you to stroll effortlessly, and even pridefully.  Built as a traditional Western boot, this men's boot blends all the best hi tech cushion with all the old west boot savy.

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. 

Bone Foot with Peanut Brittle Wingtip.

STYLE:   #TL-CY3505
SIZE:   D     7-12, 13
EE   6-12, 13
HEEL:   5
HEIGHT:   13"



This is the Famous "John Travolta" boot from the movie "Urban Cowboy". And previous to that movie, it has been seen on film, and on the streets of America for many years. 

Exotic Boot Care:   Use Delicate Cream to condition, and a matching color cream polish to renew color. When a matching cream color is not available, use a neutral. Also, use neutral over any embroidery, or special effects that you want to keep the colors. White, or clear looking, (not dark) Mink Oil the leathers right before you go into a lot slush. 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.  If wet, allow them to dry at room temperature, then just add another coat of conditioner. When you take them off, get in a habit of wiping any dust or dirt off the boot right before you put them away. This keeps pollen, dust or dirt from making little cuts within the crevices. Your boots will last a long time if you take a little time to care for them! 

If you get them caked with mud, and there is still some in the small crevices, gently rub with a wet cloth. If you see a white line develop on the sides of the boot, use a de-salter to take out those salt stains. Ostrich is more porous than most boot leathers. This makes it really sweat dissipating. It also allows grease, oils and red wines to stain. If this happens, try to coat the whole boot with the same staining material to even the color. A light color ostrich will never let that stain go away. Just resolve to enjoy the comfort of a darker color! I actually had a pair of cognac that someone spilled neatsfoot compound onto. By the time I finished, it looked really retro, and really good.

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