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post #376 of 415

 I'll take a pic of my snakeskin boots tonight and try to post them tomorrow. biggrin.gif

post #377 of 415

Just got these today! Very happy with them!
A pair of Taupe colored Elephant hide Justin's. very nice 6lined stitched shafts and cowboy heel.
Justin verified for me that they were indeed elephant and that the no longer make this boot.
Little fact about Justin's and Tonys, if your ever not sure what material your J or TL boot is just give em a call and give them the stamped style number from inside of the boot and they can tell you when they made/discontinued em and what they are.
Happy Boot Scootin!
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Available....see my signature.

post #379 of 415

Dan Post Stingray in black, with a nice Pearl Star.

 

Eight row stitch top design.

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Ray Jones, burnt orange/brown Kangaroo vamps and uppers.  I love these boots.

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Toe bugs

 

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Love your Ray Jones Boots, classics all the way. Consider yourself very lucky to have them to wear.

post #381 of 415
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Got a couple new pairs since I last been on.

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The first pair are vintage Justin boots in Cognac Sea Turtle. Supple well made boot. Very happy with em!
Second pair are vintage Dan Post American Alligators. I think they are a bias belly cut, but I could be wrong.
The third pair I just bought and am VERY happy with. A pair of Panhandle Slim vintage hippo hide in mud brown! So far very comfortable and durable. Bought em thinking they were Rhino hide but got this instead. Which is fine by me! I love Exotics!
One question to people who have had or have hippo boots! How do you clean hippo hide? Any tricks or tips are welcome thanks!

 

 

Nice looking boots.

post #382 of 415

More Willie Lusk boots.... custom built for a West Texas Rancher in the late 1950's to early sixties.

 

Never worn. About a 7.5 to 8 narrow.

 

Evelyn Green's famous hand stitching on display.

 

Flame stitch in red and orange and yellow and orange on black calf.

post #383 of 415
Awesome boots swan, haven't seen Stingrays by Dan Post ever! Good looking boot.
post #384 of 415

JOsey, you wanted lizard skin, so....

 

3 Nocona:  brown, peanut brittle and emerald, with a another (far left )peanut brittle Lucchese with their classic chiseled toe.....

 

 

 

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But by far my favorite is this custom Willie Lusk boot in belly lizard.....the toughest, most resilient part of the lizard. Two Big 'ol Lizard's, each vamp is made of one piece, matched perfectly.

 

And with such a lovely Flame Stitch by Evelyn Green on an extremely supple chocolate calf top.

 

1940's-50's spade sole with a pointed toe.

 

Such a work of Art.

 

 

 

post #386 of 415

Very Vintage Blucher Boot Co. boot, nicknamed "The Tom Mix Boot" since he wanted the tulip pattern in some of his boots . Probably custom made in the 1960's from the label on the pull.

 

Lots of nice stitching, and colors....red, green, blue, yellow.

 

Very supple full grain French calfskin in burgundy.

 

 

 

 

Very nice stitching at the tongue.

 

 

That heel is a working cowboy heel, very underslung to engage the stirrup.(And why John Wayne always looked like he was falling downhill while he walked)


Edited by Swan Song - 8/22/13 at 9:59pm
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Originally Posted by Swan Song View Post

But by far my favorite is this custom Willie Lusk boot in belly lizard.....the toughest, most resilient part of the lizard. Two Big 'ol Lizard's, each vamp is made of one piece, matched perfectly.

And with such a lovely Flame Stitch by Evelyn Green on an extremely supple chocolate calf top.

1940's-50's spade sole with a pointed toe.

Such a work of Art.






Damn Swan those are a badass pair of lizard skin boots! I've seen some like this before like Ring Lizard.
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Wow these have come a long way haven't they?! Haha nice.
post #390 of 415
Nocona in Caribou I believe?? I've always wanted a boot in a 2" heel and now I've got em! Very comfy boot and the caribou hide is very light and wearable in this Texas heat now a days!

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