Men's Dan Post Boots Cowboy Certified: Western Exotic Denver Brown

Dan Post Boots

style number: 142806-D7

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Men's Leather Western Exotic Boot: Denver, Brown
Dan Post Cowboy Certified

From the Cowboy Certified Division comes this high quality leather boot with exotic brown Caiman foot and leather top. This timeless Denver boot is Cowboy Certified and handcrafted with the finest caiman skins. The full-grain leather shaft is detailed with classic western stitching. Easy on the feet with a broad square toe and Soft Strike Removable Orthotic. It's proven to last with a Cowboy Certified outsole and stockman heel.

Not Available to Ship to Delaware
Not Available to Ship Outside the United States

  • MSRP $490.00
  • High quality leather boot with exotic Chocolate Caiman foot and leather top
  • 11" Height
  • 13" Circumference
  • Broad square toe
  • Stockman Heel
  • Gorgeous and extremely comfortable to wear
  • Meant for the serious rider
  • Features double stitch welt, broad square toe and stockman heel
  • Holds up under any conditions
  • Fully Leather Lined
  • Double Stitched Welt
  • Removable Soft Strike Orthotic
  • Leather / TPU Outsole
  • Style DP2806, Medium Width D 7-12, 13, Extra Wide EW 8-12, 13
  • Free Shipping to anywhere (except Delaware) in the lower 48 states
  • Cannot ship to Delaware or International
  • Drop ships within 3-5 business days directly from Dan Post Boots

Cowboy Certified TPU and Leather Outsole : TPU outsole designed for traction but ease in and out of the stirrup. Has a leather border for elegant finish.
A Note About Cowboy Certified: From horseback to the back of a pick-up truck, Dan Post Cowboy Certified Boots really do the job. Caiman gator, full quill ostrich and smooth leather boots made for real life cowboys and cowgirls, no wannabes allowed.
*A note about Caiman: Found in Central & South America, these small to medium reptiles are desired for their unique look. Boots using caiman leather are prized for their high fashion look and feel. Sometimes also referred to as ‘caiman gator’.



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