The antique turquoise shaft with the Tin Haul Anvil Logo embroidered is very vibrant while the crackled brown vamp is more simple, yet, the two compliment each other very well. The Obvious Sole has a cowboy riding a bronco with the words underneath â€™Ride â€™em cowboy.â€™
Tin Haulâ€™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.
Tin Haulâ€™s Cowboy Way boots feature the iconic obvious soles. Made comfortable by their cushioned insole, double welt, and leather walking heel, these handmade boots have a 11" leather lined shaft and a wide square toe.
This style has a white shaft with a criss cross stitch and a brown vamp. The two soles together create a picture of a cowboy riding a horse with text underneath that says â€™Cowboy Rodeoâ€™ and the heals say â€™July 4th 1926.â€™ The right heal says â€™Country Fairgroundsâ€™ with various activities listed such as â€™Broncs, Bulls, Roping, Parade and Picnic.
Tin Haulâ€™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.
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