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I bought these boots in late June, 2022, before Tecovas increased prices announced for July 11, 2022. These boots have a rugged Vibram sole suitable for wear when operating a heavyweight motorcycle.
I have a similar pair of these boots that I bought in 2020 and have worn a lot as rugged work boots. That pair of boots has been surprisingly comfortable and have been my "go-to" boots for doing construction work. They are so good and have held up so well, I bought a second pair in the dark brown (umber) color while the price was relatively low.
These boots are Size 11.0D and feature oil- and slip-resistant Vibram outsoles, 3/4 Goodyear welt construction, and oiled leather and weatherproof seams for hose-them-off durability. They have removable shock-absorbing polyurethane insoles with leather lining, and a 1-1/2" angled, stacked leather heel with 9mm rubber cap. Reinforced pull straps. 12" shaft with hand-laid cording. The boots scuff easily, but they are made to work and ride ruggedly, not as shiny dress-up cowboy boots.
They are made in Mexico by an unknown contracted source.
Note: I ordered them a full size larger than my usual boot size. My first pair of Tecovas boots were tight on my legs and uncomfortable on my feet because they felt a bit too small.
As usually worn with jeans over them:
The Marlboro Man likes rugged boots like these:
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