FS - Men's Bona Allen Hand Tooled Cognac Calf Cowboy Boots 12 B best prices $$300 and deals

FS - Men's Bona Allen Hand Tooled Cognac Calf Cowboy Boots 12 B


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*** IF YOU SEE THIS LISTING, THE ITEM IS AVAILABLE *** For sale - Very nice pair of men's Bona Allen hand tooled cognac calf skin round toe cowboy boots. They are marked size 12 B (they also can probably be worn by someone who wears a size 11 D which is my size and I can wear them comfortably). With the back of the boot against a flat surface, they measure 12 ½" from the face of the surface to the tip of the boot toe. The widest part of the sole is 4". They are 15 ½" tall including the 1 ½" heel. The boots are in excellent condition. They couldn't have been worn more than a handful of times. There are no repairs, separations, cut or tears in the hand tooled calf skins. The original double pegged soles are solid with minimal wear and the original rubber heel caps show minimal wear. The boots are well made. The soles are double pegged. The tops of the shafts are scalloped. The lining is glove leather soft. I am guessing that these boots were probably made in the 1990s. Gonzolo, the owner of Roma's Boot and Shoe Repair, confirmed that the boots are hand tooled (and not machine tooled). He custom makes boots and is an expert with over 25 years of experience making and repairing cowboy boots. These are beautiful hand tooled boots from my personal collection. The only reason that I am selling them is that I found another similar pair with a pointed toe which I prefer. $300 cash. For other boots that I have for sale on Craigslist ... search ... FS boots ... many of the boots that I list for sale are from my personal collection (Men's size 10 ½ or 11 D ) including Lucchese, Tony Lama, Justin, Dan Post, Nocona and others... I am continually "thinning the herd" as I add to the collection. I make an effort to promptly reply to all inquiries. If you haven't received a reply, you might check your "spam" or "trash" email folder. I have had several customers tell me that their email filter put the CraigsList response in the "trash" folder and they didn't discover it until after someone else had bought the boots that they wanted.