Courteney Boot "Toffee Croc Safari"

African Sporting Creations

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The Toffee Croc Safari from The Courteney Boot Company:


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About This Product

Step into adventure with this stunning toffee boot in Nile crocodile. The tough and beautiful belly skin of this apex predator is showcased on luxury goods from around the world and adorns everything from luggage to designer purses. Boots costing more than twice as much use less than half the crocodile hide of this model and usually take half a year or more to have custom-made. The Safari offers a wide-cut fit with a roomy toe box for unmatched comfort. Many of our customers who previously had to custom-order boots to secure a proper fit appreciate the no-risk approach associated with ordering a pair today and having them ship tomorrow.

The Safari is a 4" ankle height boot with the same hand-crafted construction featured on all their iconic footwear. Brass speed lacing, padded ankle collar, soft impala tongue, plus a double-stitched and reinforced vamp, provides the exceptional durability that has garnered the Courteney® boot company a world-wide following among those who seek adventure. The casual cleat sole in natural rubber makes this model ideal for office use or a night on the town.


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Nice looking boot!
 

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I believe this sole is a better sole for walk and stalk than the vibram type sole I got. Mine get rocks wedged into them very easily carrying them into the house where they finally fall out and scratch the wood floors. Grandma gets a bit perturbed!
 

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