Create your OWN pair of Courteney Boots on our website!

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Dear Fellow Enthusiast,

We've made it easy for you to order your very own custom boot from Courteney. Choose your size, style, color, leather and sole and within 120 days you'll be wearing your handcrafted footwear direct from the factory in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.

Within the Men's "Build Your Own Boot" section of our web site, we've selected 6 of our most popular styles, 11 leather and color options (Including Nile Croc in Chocolate!), and 3 sole options. Women can choose from our top 3 sellers among ladies, 11 leather and color options, and 2 sole options.

"When I couldn't find the exact boot I was looking for on your site, I was pleased to see that I was able to create a shoe that I wanted. The wait was well worth it! To know that my Hippo Selous were made specifically for me in Africa makes them extra special. Thank you!"
John B.



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"We like to think it is the smallest footwear factory in the world."

The Courteney Boot Company has incorporated the old fashioned values of hardiness and durability with modern ideas to produce a genuine veldtschoen (field shoe)which, with care, will serve you faithfully, and become an integral part of your adventures for years to come. Inside the workshop of Courteney you'll find highly skilled workers who take pride in creating one-of-a-kind foowear.
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COURTENEY - MORE THAN BOOTS
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Good hunting,
Jim & Elisabeth
 

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would be awesome if you guys offered the custom boots for narrow feet. I wear a 14A or 13B, depending. I can't wear enough socks to make a D width fit.
 

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would be awesome if you guys offered the custom boots for narrow feet. I wear a 14A or 13B, depending. I can't wear enough socks to make a D width fit.

I'm the same way, but with some inserts, I can make them work. It isn't ideal, when I lace the boots up, both sides of the lace eyelets touch over the top of the tongue. But so far, they have been fine for me.
 

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and it isn't even really the width, it's the profile. I can easily see the metatarsels on the top of my feet.
 

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