Double-H Men's Grissom Square Toe Cowboy Boots

Style No.: Style No. DH4644 EE

Regular price $329.95
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From Double-H Boots this roper features Leather Goodyear welt construction, midnight shock absorbing PU insert, an Oak I.C.E. outsole

  • 12” Domestic Wide Square Toe Roper
  • Made in USA with Global Parts
  • Summertan Old Town Foxing
  • Kenia Cognac Vamp
  • Black Quarter
  • Leather Lining
  • Full Vamp
  • 4x5” Quarter Lined Gore Pocket
  • Leather Goodyear Welt Construction
  • Midnight Shock Absorbing PU Insert
  • Texon Board Footbed
  • 3’ Red Foss Midsole
  • Oak I.C.E.™ Outsole
  • Non-Metallic Shank
  • 1 5/8 Inch Heel
  • Leather
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Rick
Love Em !

Picked these up for casual wear and some field work. So far they are great.
Fit my wide feet perfectly…. I did end up in a pair half size smaller then my usual size. The no slip treads are great and provide very firm footing on all kinds of terrain. Loved the tri-colours on these Grissoms too !
Thumbs up for Kamloops Lammles for helping with my selection :)

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James G
Double-H Grissom

These were my first pair of boots and after wearing them for a year, they’ve been awesome. The only reason I gave 4 stars is because they don’t fit MY feet PERFECT, but expecting perfect fitment from a non-custom boot is obviously asking a lot, so they could be a 5 star. Only problems with the fit for me is that I find the instep could’ve been a little snugger, overall length could’ve been slightly shorter (I’m between a 9 and 9.5, opted for the 9.5), and the shaft is rather wide (this is something that a cobbler can alter which I may look into down the road). Socks do make a HUGE difference regarding fit. The Dan Post socks I bought with them are a little thin, and slightly thicker socks improves the fit substantially.
Durability wise, they’ve held up great. Minor fraying on the ends of the vamp stitching but that’s it. I also don’t abuse them though, I wear them working around the acreage, but I especially avoid mud/water. I use them for what they were made for, and in my opinion cowboy boots are not meant to be a replacement for rubber boots, winter boots, etc. I also make sure to brush them frequently, and condition when needed.
The ICE soles have held up great so far, and although they’re obviously not gonna break in like a leather sole, they’re going to be much more durable which is what I was shooting for when I looked at boots.
Double-H isn’t the most popular brand out there but they’re a very well built USA-made boot that I expect to last many years yet.