The Bisbee

This Italian calfskin peewee has us nostalgic for the old spaghetti westerns of the 1960s. A retro choice named for the historic mining town in Arizona, the Bisbee is both a stalwart and stylish design. The rich and supple brown is criss crossed with symmetrical black and white inlays, creating a balanced and handsome piece of craftsmanship you'll be passing down to future generations.

Snip Toe & Walking Heel



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Perfect Fit

I'm normally an 11.5 and they said that I needed an 11. Got the boots, perfect fit. High quality workmanship, leather and service.

These boots are like Lays potato chips, it's hard to have just one!! Next, the brown ostrich, french toe.

Ryan

Stunner!

Really loving these cuties and feel like they are working well with so many outfits. Comfortable and beautiful! Could not be happier about investing in these heirloom boots!

Love!

Got these for Christmas!!! Beautiful Beautiful Boot!!!! My third pair from Heritage Boots!!!!

1st pair of Heritage boots

On my 1st trip to Austin, Texas I looked at a lot of boots before purchasing a pair on Honey Rough Outs from Heritage Boot Co. I liked the color but wasn't sure of the rough out/suede exterior. It just so happened that Jerry the owner was in that day... funny he was wearing this same boot. He said they were his every day boots, now after owning them for 3month's I'd have to agree. I wear almost everyday, they breathe well, are very comfortable and I get lots of compliments on them. One note of caution is while driving if the right heel comes in contact with the carpet, it'll stain or discolor the boot. I now place a clean golf towel on the floor to prevent this from happening, it's a bit of an inconvenience, but I'm very happy with my purchase. Picture of heel, is the best I can get after cleaning.

Beautiful

Beautiful craftsmanship and so comfortable! Loving these for spring!