Capt. Jack Hays
This boot is clean, letting the quality stand on its own. Luxurious black premium calf graces the exterior while prime leathers are used to construct all other aspects of this boot. We have the option to sew on a patch so just click that option (you can mail us yours or we can create one).
We use no synthetic material and every part of it is handmade (which is why this boot will last a lifetime). These details are important.
Lux-calf interior for glove-like comfort. Full leather insole (for breathability and custom shaping to your foot). Uppers are clean and 12" high. Heel is leather stacked 1 1/2”. Soles are hand pegged with lemonwood. Reinforced pulls.
Our Full Leather Insoles allow the Width to be Modifiable! They are built on a EE base and have a full leather insole that (when inserted) makes the boot a D width (normal). So, simply remove this leather insert for EE (wide) width, or keep it inserted for D (normal) width. They will conform comfortably to your feet either way.
We can customize your boots with Initials on the pull straps for an additional cost: Add 2 or 3 initials to your pull straps to make your boots uniquely custom.
These boots are dedicated to the most famous Texas Ranger John ‘Jack’ Coffee Hays.
Jack migrated to the newly formed Republic of Texas in 1836. Sam Houston appointed Jack to the Texas Rangers and, as they say, the rest is history.
All-Texas, super violent, 100% bad ass history.
Jack worked his way up the ranks of the Rangers, quickly made Captain, and proved himself a fearless and a born fighter. He and his men were assigned to the wilds of Texas in order to keep the newly formed country safe from Native American raiding parties, cattle rustlers, horse thieves, Mexican Army patrols, and all-around bad people. Jack and his men did this by pretty much killing all of the aforementioned whenever they were encountered. Jack was famous for charging the enemy (a skill he adopted from the same Indians he was fighting against) and did such in famous skirmishes as Plum Creek, Cañon de Ugalde, Bandera Pass, Painted Rock, and Salado.
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