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- 100% Leather
- Rubber sole
- All leather upper
- Rubber outsole
- Steel shank
- Cushion insole
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JustinPro 10" work boots are famous for features you need. Like a premium water-resistant leather upper. A full cushion insole provides better shock absorption for less foot fatigue. Plus, the comfort insole is moisture-wicking and breathable. The blown rubber outsole is lightweight, but strong with handy mud-releasing tread. Round toe. Goodyearwelt. Extended sizes available Imported.
The Standard of the West Since 1879 The story of Justin Boots began in 1879, when H.J. Justin moved to Spanish Fort, Texas to become a boot repairman. He was a quick study, with an eye and talent for boot making. H.J. soon began his own boot company, Justin Boots, which he operated out of his home to serve cowboys passing though town. H.J. saw the potential for his business, so when a railroad was built ten years later in Nocona, Texas, he moved his family there to capitalize on a bigger market. In 1908, Justin Boots became a true family company when his sons, Earl and Avis, came to work for their father. Their combined efforts pushed the company forward, and just two years later, Justin Boots had doubled its production and was being sold in 26 states as well as Mexico, Canada, and Cuba. Seven years after their father´s death in 1918, his sons moved the company headquarters to Fort Worth where it still operates today. Every pair of Justin Boots is a salute to the spirit of independence, hard work and authenticity of the cowboys who have worn them since 1879. After more than 130 years of Western boot making, Justin Boots is still true to its roots. When you purchase a pair of Justin Boots you will own the most authentic and stylish Western footwear available. And with Justin´s patented J-Flex® Comfort System you will be wearing the most comfortable boots ever made. This is why Justin Boots has been crowned the ¨Standard Of The West Since 1879¨.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: China
- ASIN: B00E1YJ79G
- Item model number: Premium Work
- Date first available at Amazon.com: April 9, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
They are just OK looking ... no bells and whistles, just boots. The tread on the soles in not especially deep. The first thing to go on my last pair were the heels and soles, which are a little bit soft. When the shallow tread went away, they were very slippery in the snow/ice. However they are very comfortable for my stubby flat feet, and the price is right. The leather is a little bit pebbled, which I like.
I ordered a 12m which is the same size I have worn for the last 30 years, lhe neck of the was too tight to get my foot into the boot. I returned them
New edit: After adding my normal boot insole and wearing thick wool socks they seem to fit right. They have a quality feel I just can't get over the fact that the sizing is inconsistent. I am keeping them but will have to be more careful in the future.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wear a nice "boot" sock and your good to go. High quality materials.Published 1 month ago by B Payne
Good boot, a little larger than expected I suggest going a half size under your normal lace up workbook. Otherwise I would have given it 5 stars..Published 2 months ago by JTnice
Boot fit well, however, they feel very poorly made...quality is much closer to a sneaker than a boot. Would not recommend if you plan to wear them daily.Published 3 months ago by annson k conaway
I've wore the boots for one month. The soles are already coming off both boots. I do not recommend these boots.Published 5 months ago by Matt Wright