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Mens Durango Oiled Black Harness Boot DB510 - B
Brand : Durango
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Durango Black Harness Boot DB510
- Leather upper
- Taped Side Seams, Unlined
- Cushion insole with flex forepart
- Durango®; Westerner oil-resistant outsole
- Steel shank, 2 inch Strider heel
- 11 Inches in height, Metal Hardware
- Shaft height and circumference may vary by size
- 14-inch calf circumference
- Size: D (7-12,13,14,15) EE (7-12,13,14,15)
This Durango Men's Harness boot is very sleek looking. Its design has been kept simple; the upper has been crafted with black leather and the only real adornment is the traditional-looking Harness strap.Having such a minimally adorned boot is great; it allows you to wear this footwear anywhere and you will never have to concern yourself with wondering whether or not the look has gone out of style. There are also pull tabs which are of great assistance when it comes to getting this footwear on/off easily.
Your legs and feet will be comfortable while you are wearing these 11 " Harness boots. When assembling this footwear, Durango taped down the side seams and added in a cushioned insole with flex forepart. The insole will help alleviate the weight that you put down onto your feet, it will feel soothing and the flex forepart will allow you to bend down with ease.
On the bottom of this men's boot there is a Durango rubber outsole; its black hue looks sharp, it's oil resistant and it will have great durability.
They are made from high-quality materials, they're comfortable to wear throughout the day and having a sleek look allows these boots to easily transition from riding your motorcycle to going out on the town.
For 50 years, Durango has been crafting authentic western footwear inspired by the adventure and spirit of the Old West. Durango traces its roots all the way back to 1966, when original parent company Georgia Boot envisioned a western inspired collection to complement its line of work boots.
While Durango flourished as a western boot brand for the next 30 years, it also found a niche audience with motorcycle enthusiasts during the early 1990s.
By the mid-1990s, Durango began appearing in magazines and television with greater frequently thanks to the popularity of the brand in the urban and grunge music scenes. Further growth in traditional segments occurred when country music, line dancing, and western fashion had a strong resurgence.
An urban following on the I-95 corridor occurred in the late 1990s and early 2000s, and soon Durango could be found in any big city on the east coast. In 2002 Durango returned to its roots and renewed its focus on producing traditional western and farm & ranch footwear. After many years of strong sales, Durango was spun off from Georgia Boot, and it soon became the reference brand in the western lifestyle market that it remains today.
Durango continues to innovate in the work western market and its harness boot and fashion western styles have seen success in a growing number of retail channels. In 2004 Rocky Brands, Inc. purchased both Durango and Georgia Boot. The same commitment to delivering comfortable, premium quality footwear for men, women and kids remains a key focus for Durango.
Rocky Brands’ vision is to become a global leader in the footwear and apparel markets, and the company’s continued success is due in large part to the hard work of more than 300 capable and creative associates who are proud to call the scenic foothills of southeast Ohio home. These associates come together in the small, historic Nelsonville, Ohio community to manage and communicate with the company’s nearly 2,300 employees worldwide.
Deep rooted in the soul of country music with a long tradition of fashionable western lifestyle, Durango Boots are authentically Americana. Whether you are ready to work hard or play hard, you can kick up your heels and celebrate freedom. Durango….it’s not just a boot, it’s an attitude.