Lucchese Boots

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It was 1880 when Sam Lucchese Senior and his brothers came to America. Although he was just 17 years old, the young Lucchese had a vision for a career in boot making, and just three years later, the Lucchese Boot Company was established in San Antonio, Texas. The family's dedication to its craft and to its customers kept the business alive, but it wasn't until the early 1960s that the founder's grandson and namesake decided to rethink the art of boot making.

The man behind Lucchese boots...

The world has never known a finer, more knowledgeable craftsman than Sam Lucchese, Jr. His fascination with and comprehensive understanding of the human foot inspired him to create a boot design that fit like no other. And although Lucchese's one-of-a-kind boot last design required more skill and time, the result was a boot that quickly gained national recognition for its extraordinary comfort, quality and fit.

The best takes time

No other boot fits the human foot like a Lucchese boot, thanks to Lucchese's original design, which remains the only one of its kind in boot making today. And because of a continuing commitment to this rare art, the making of a Lucchese boot takes time. From the careful selection and cutting of the finest grade of leathers, to the hand-driven lemon wood pegs and meticulous finishing of a boot, each step is considered critical to our finished product. Our boot designs may demand more money, time and skill, but when you slip your foot into a Lucchese boot, you'll know why we insist on only the finest.

"The final truth is that throughout the whole boot factory, the quality chain is no stronger than its weakest link."
- Sam Lucchese Jr.

Hands outperform machines...

There is no substitute for the experienced hands of a true boot maker. Every pair of Lucchese boots is hand inspected, not once, but twice. And although we skive our leather seams by machine, we repeat the process a second time by hand. In virtually every one of our procedures, we rely on human hands to complete the task to near-perfection.

"If you cut leather for your boots in the same way you would carve up a meat carcass for your dinner table, you will be in good shape."
- Sam Lucchese Jr.

Close to perfect

Every inch of a Lucchese boot is made of the finest grade of leathers. These near-perfect skins are often more expensive, but you can't put a price on unprecedented fit and comfort.

Lucchese is the official boot sponsor of the PBR and NCHA.
For more company information visit the Lucchese Boots website.


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