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Lucchese Boots Toe Styles

Item# Toe_Guide
Lucchese Classics Toe Style 0
VERY narrow variation of the classic cowboy boot toe.
Lucchese Classics Toe Style 1
Square toe with rounded edges. AKA French Toe or Toe Style S.
Lucchese Classics Toe Style 2
Classic cowboy boot toe. AKA J toe.
Lucchese Classics Toe Style 3
Snip toe that comes to a sharp point.
Lucchese Classics Toe Style 4
Snip toe that is slightly less pointed than the 3 toe.
Lucchese Classics Toe Style 5
Most popular snip toe with square tip.
Lucchese Classics Toe Style S5
Lucchese Classics Toe Style S5
Same as toe 5 but turned up more at the tip.
Lucchese Classics Toe Style 6
Semi-round toe. AKA R toe.
The 6 toe in mens is identical to the 8 toe in womens.
Lucchese Classics Toe Style 7
Square toe with slight undercut.
Lucchese Classics Toe Style 8
Semi-round toe. AKA R toe.
The 8 toe in womens is identical to the 6 toe in mens.
Lucchese Classics Toe Style 10
Full round toe. AKA H toe.
Lucchese Classics Toe Style 11
Broad square toe with slight undercut. AKA D toe.
Lucchese Classics Toe Style 12
Square toe with slightly rounded edges. AKA K toe.
Lucchese Classics Fowler Toe
Broad round toe.
Lucchese Classics Roper Toe
Slightly rounded classic roper toe. AKA C toe.
Roper boots only.


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How should a Lucchese boot fit?

The boot should fit securely to the foot. Boots should not fit loosely or tightly, but the fit should be snug. The Roper has a more forgiving fit, but the same principles still hold true.

Instep: Unlike shoes with laces, a boot has only the instep to hold it securely to the foot. Consequently, proper fit in the instep is of utmost importance. Boots should not fit loosely or tightly; the fit should be snug. The snugness is governed by the instep fit and the width of the throat. If the instep is too tight, go to a wider or larger size.

Ball: When you walk or run, you bend your foot at its widest part, which is called the ball. In a quality boot, you will find a steel shank between the insole and the outsole that extends from the heel to the point where the ball of the boot begins. If the boot is too short for the foot, the ball of the foot will sit too far forward and force the toes into the toe box.

Heel: A boot must slip slightly in the heel. There is nothing to prevent the heel of the foot from riding up slightly because of the way a boot is constructed. When the boot is new, the sole is stiff. As you wear the boot, the sole is "flexed." With time, most of the slippage will disappear. If the instep is too loose, the boot will slip excessively in the heel. To remedy this, you may need a more narrow width to shorten the circumference of the throat and thus lessen the slippage without cutting down on the length of the boot. Slight slippage is necessary to obtain a proper fit.

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