Lucchese N4551 Boots
The Lucchese N4551 women's wester boot is a beautiful black boot with intricate embroidery work all over its surface. The upper is made from buffalo and the top of the shaft has a scalloped edge and is approximately 10 inches above the height of the arch. This boot has a leather sole with a 1 3/4" heel.
Of course, the most outstanding feature of the Lucchese N4551 boot is the embroidery. These boots feature a floral embroidery pattern that has several embroidered flowers along with multi-colored stems and leaves. The quality of the workmanship is just breathtaking.
Lucchese N4551 boots are made right here in the US in El Paso, Texas. These women's western boots are available in sizes 5 through 11. If you look at these boots at Endless.com, you can drag your mouse over the picture to enlarge the photo and see the outstanding quality of the leather and embroidery.
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About Lucchese Boots
All Lucchese boots are made from the highest quality leather materials. The Lucchese N4551 is part of the 1883 by Lucchese line, which is named for the year the company was founded. Sam Lucchese, the founder of the Lucchese Boot Company, came to America in 1880 determined to make it as a boot maker even though he was only 17 years old when he arrived. Since then, the company has focused on delivering high quality hand-crafted boots that are made from the best materials.
In the video below, you can follow along as the head marketing guy at Lucchese takes you on a tour through the factory to watch the boots being made. The company uses a wide variety of leathers in its boots and each boot goes through many steps in the process of being made. It is really interesting to see how they do the stitching and other steps that are involved in making these boots.
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