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The Laramie Horsehoe Bit Loafer in Bison by Buffalo Jackson Trading Co

  • Material:
    Bison Leather
    Size:
    8,9,9.5,10,10.5,11,11.5,12,13
    Colors Available:
    Walnut Tumbled Bison
    Laramie, WY. 1868.

    It was considered an "ungovernable town." The lawlessness of three rowdy men had the small western town held up in fear. In time, the Old Sheriff brought them all to Justice at the "Bucket of Blood' saloon and peace was restored.

    While I wouldn't advise you to take over a town, it's good to show a little of that rowdy side here and there. Townsfolk can get a little too safe in their suburban paradise with those clean and polished "business as usual" casual shoes.

    These handsewn and classic bit drivers are a little less law abiding. Cut from 100% rugged bison leather of the North American plains that have endured in the West for thousands of years. A nickle bit ornament mounted and inspired by horses that refused to be bridled.

    The Laramie is for a rugged gentleman who is a little tough to handle.

    Features:
    - Nickel Bit Ornament
    - Walnut Tumbled Bison Leather
    - Natural Color Stitching
    - Leather and Rubber Driving Outsole for Comfort

    Available in Sizes: 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 13

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