The Stovepipe boot is dated 1847 to 1900. It was first known as a Common Boot. This boot is a good choice for drovers, prospectors and shooters prior to the era of the modern cowboy boot.
Calf measurement is required. Measure the circumference of your calf and enter it in inches in the box provided. If necessary, the boot will be stretched to accomodate the measurement given.
The stack reaches almost to the knee and is wide enough so that trousers can be tucked. While it appears almost as a straight last boot, it is actually a left and right lasted. The arch in the boot will make it as comfortable for walking as it is for riding. The steel shank will give a long life to this fine boot.
The stack has been widened so you can wear these boots outside of your trousers. The leg height is 17", proportioned to the size. It is fully lined with calf skin, and has pull tabs (not mule ears) on the outside of the top. The toe is moderately square and the heel is 1¼" high. The leather is black and smooth but not at a high shine.