You've seen him.
A man who somehow realizes it's all been done before. Plays like he practices. Understands the power of apology over being right. But lives somewhere between confident, wise and crazy.
Seconds after the horse I swore I could ride (to the outfitter) threw me, I fumble a foggy glance to my right to see a wrangler's distinctive black boots under his jeans as he saunters over.
"Don't worry, Peterman, life goes on until, well, until it doesn't," he says with Texas drawl and smile.
"Great... Luccheses," I mumble as the sky goes black.
Lucchese Boots (No. 5016). Sam Lucchese immigrated to America from Italy in 1880. He arrived through New Orleans and made his way west to Texas, which is where his company remains today, making the best hand-made boots (in the U.S.) that money can buy. This boot is made of buffalo calf leather. Toe medallion design. Heel is 1 3/4". 13" high shaft with Orleans cord pattern.
Men's sizes: 8 through 13 whole and half sizes.
Recommended Care Instructions: Use a damp cloth to remove dust or dirt. Use a brush to remove scuffs. Place paper towels inside boot to absorb moisture. Never use direct heat to dry boots. After boots are dry, proceed to use a leather conditioner, followed by a polish.