A boot that wears in, not out with rubber injected outsole and handcrafted fit for comfort day in and day out. Bold style meets traditional roots in the Nashville rough-out boot.
- Color: Montero Tan
- Foot: Full Grain Leather
- Heel: 1 1/2"
- Toe: Cutter Toe
- Shaft: Full Grain Leather 13" Rise
Great look and fit.
Best boots I have ever had. Can’t wait to get more Nashville ones just waiting on a few of them to come in EE width. Tons of compliments on them and look so bad ass!
I have never received theses boots due to FedEx losing them. I was told that this boot was discontinued and I received an email yesterday that they were back in stock so I placed another order for them. So hopefully I will get them this time.
I have mixed feelings because these are well-constructed boots that fit me perfectly. I very much enjoy wearing them. So much, that I took a substantial risk "doctoring" the distressed leather to make them conform to the look I thought I was buying. The primary pictures displayed on your website, including the one in this review are MISLEADING. As presented in the pictures, the boots are heavily "distressed," but in no way is it apparent that the leather surface--especially on heels and toes--is essentially disintegrating. The surface of the leather is not simply rough, it is CRUMBLING! It's a shame I can't attach a picture. I found no pictures anywhere on the internet that show this. I do love the fit and the style. The toe-shape is perfect. They fit my foot like a glove. So, fool that I am (whiskey and all), I began shaving the crumblies off of the toes of the boot, using (1) pet shears (ha!, I'm not kidding); (2) my beard trimmer; (3) x-acto knife; and (4) razor blades. I even tried buffing with my dremel using a fiber tip. After all that, it seemed that parts of my work looked great, and parts just made it worse, generating more fuzzy peeling in certain spots. I finally recalled a water-based glue-like product I had on hand for solidifying crumbling drywall. What the heck! I feared that it might alter the color of the leather, but I painted it on all of the roughest spots and it seemed to lay down and smooth out the last of the crumblies. It's unfathomable, but my Nashville's now look almost exactly like the pictures and I am very please with the look. Although, I agree, there is something moronic about a cool distressed leather vamp sewed onto pristine, bright, natural sole. Kudos to Capitan for the fit and construction. I bought two more pairs of NON-DISTRESSED boots. However, shame on Capitan for deceptive advertising. I think I at least deserve a store credit for all my handi-work to make these look like the boots that were advertised. David Alexander, Edmond, OK.