Tin Haul’s Money to Burn boots feature the iconic Obvious Soles. *Made comfortable by their cushioned insole, double welt, and leather walking heel, these handmade boots have a 13" leather lined shaft.* *
This styles shaft resembles a $100 bill with Benjamin Franklins picture as the focal point and a carved dollar sign in the front. The design on the soles shows a stack of $100 bills on fire with the phrase "Money to Burn" on the right sole.* *
Tin Haul’s signature Obvious Soles are protected by a thick, clear rubber sole that ensures the design is always visible. While the rubber sole may show wear, the design remains intact.* *14-020-0007-0273BR
The fashion realm is no stranger to religious insinuations and iconography. Novel to the extravagant line of Tin Haul men’s collection is the religious theme of redemption and temptation related to the core Christian values, incorporated in the roguish cowboy boots. For fashion stricken cowboys who want to proudly flaunt their hard acquired believes, shoes are the way to make a statement.*
Known for his robust and vibrant designs, Tin Haul’s covetable Ichthys Aroundus boots are handmade and meticulously crafted supple full grain leather constructions. This custom made pair is decked out with an embroidered distressed cross on the 11” brown distressed leather shaft and feature a brown easy on pull straps and a crown of thorns embroidered on the top of each shaft. The vamp is brown crackled leather embroidered with a Tin Haul anvil logo. What’s mesmerizing is the fact that Tin Haul takes premium leather and treats it industriously to incorporate wrinkling, scuffs and distressed marks that render a risqué overlay to design.*
Double welted sole, cushioned insole, leather lining, wide square toe and roper styled heels are the trademark of Tin Haul. Show off your religious stance in style and comfort and turn heads your way with these Ichthys aroundus shoes.*
Keeping in with Tin Haul’s style, the redeeming feature of these shoes is their painstakingly crafted outsole design. The “obvious sole” states Philippians 4:13 that “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me”, when the soles are joined together and a Tin Haul anvil logo on the left sole. The clear polypropylene soles are designed for durability and flexibly and avert the outsole designs from wearing out. This patented secret is how Tin Haul preserves the art.*
Practicing religion in panache was never so easy!
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