Share NJCowboy's profile
 
Facebook Twitter
 
 
NJCowboy
 
 
 
NJCowboy's Stats
 
  • Review Count
    1
  • Helpfulness Votes
    0
  • First Review
    June 29, 2012
  • Last Review
    June 29, 2012
  • Featured Reviews
    0
  • Average Rating
    5
 
Questions
  • Question Count
    0
  • Helpfulness Votes
    0
  • First Question
    None
  • Last Question
    None
  • Featured Questions
    0
 
Answers
  • Answer Count
    0
  • Helpfulness Votes
    0
  • First Answer
    None
  • Last Answer
    None
  • Featured Answers
    0
  • Best Answers
    0
 
 
NJCowboy's Reviews
 
Celebrate 100 years of Tony Lama Boots! "Tony Lama Boots 100 Anniversary 1911 - 2011" & scrolling stitching are created by fancy embroidery Handcrafted leather upper, lining, & sole Lama Comfort Technology Poron ProZorb breathable, moisture-absorbing insole Brass nail construction Proudly crafted in El Paso, Texas, U.S.A. Since 1911, <a href=http://www.sheplers.com/tony-lama.html>Tony Lama has been crafting legendary western boots. As a soldier and cobbler for the U.S. Cavalry at Fort Bliss, Texas, Tony Lama's expertise as a custom boot maker spread quickly among cowboys and ranchers throughout the Southwest. Today, these legendary boots blend that superior craftsmanship with modern technology. This Centennial Collection boot for him features a cognac century leather foot under an 11" matching leather shaft with fancy stitching. <a href=http://www.sheplers.com/go/tony_lama_mens_boots.cfm>Men's Tony Lama Boot boasts a triple-density insole board. Stabilizing spring steel shank. Single stitched 3/4 Goodyear welt. Medium toe profile and 1 3/8" block heel with commemorative metal plate.
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Traditional Boot Construction At Its Best
PostedJune 29, 2012
Customer Avatar
from Westfield, NJ
Age:45-54
Gender:male
Runs Small
Slightly Small
Runs Big
Footwear Sizing: Slightly Small
Runs Narrow
True to Size
Runs Wide
Footwear Width: True to Size
Over the years I've wornTony Lama boots and other brand boots, but Tony Lama is the brand that just fits. The Cognac Centennial Collection boot is an all leather, traditionally constructed boot. The hand pegged shank provides the fit a boot is supposed to have. The Centennial leather is a bit stiff when you first slide on the boot, but soon losens up. This is an oiled type of leather, so an all-purpose leather cleaner/conditioner is recommended by the manufacturer. The fit of the boot is a bit snug, but not tight. I love these boots and the "century" badging really makes them a treasure. I also found Shepler's guidelines and videos on boot fit very helpful.
Pros: Quality Construction, Comfortable, Attractive Design, Quality Material
0points
0of 0voted this as helpful.
 
NJCowboy's Questions
 
NJCowboy has not submitted any questions.
 
NJCowboy's Answers
 
NJCowboy has not submitted any answers.