THE ONLY ONE WITH VIBRAM LONG LIFE FRONT UNDERSOLE!!! ALL OTHER Sendras have only naked leather in front, meaning, you can carry them to a Shoemaker and spend another 100 bucks on top... OUT OF PRODUCTION, NO LONGER MADE!! THESE BOOTS WILL LAST YOU FOREVER!! For sale here A pair of beautyfully HANDCRAFTED SENDRA BOOTS, 4660, ANTIQUE BROWN, brand new!!
Hand on Heart, these Sendras are the BEST BOOTS ON THE PLANET!! They look AWESOME with Jeans!!! Especially Bootcut or Straight Jeans... I put in a pair of thin RUNNING EXPERT Insoles for a smooth walk all day long. If you like the original hard feeling of the boot or they are a bit tight, take them out.
After walked in, these boots will only you fit like a custom made glove. They will last you forever!! Info : They look stunning, the different leather tones are just too good to be true. See for yourself : The last 8 Pictures are from the actual Iten for sale. Style : Cowboy / Western / Biker.
Size : US 10 - UK 9.5 - EUR 44. UNDER SOLE FRONT : VIBRAM LONG LIFE FRONT UNDERSOLE (Usually ALL SENDRAs come without Front Undersole, which means you usually walk on slick leather). VIBRAM protects the Leather Sole and - far more importantly - the Side Stitching that holds the whole Boot together.
Now these Boots will last forever!! MATERIALS : Only the best premium materials.
Cuban Heel With Metal Badge Detail. The story behind the success of Sendra Boots began over 100 years ago. More than 100 years that incorporate the expertise of four generations, from the brand's founder, Andrés Sendra, to his great-grandson Francisco Javier Sendra, present-day director of the company and leader of a truly great team of more than 170 specialists in boot fashion, design and manufacture. For Sendra, the 21st century is a time of continued development. After 100 years of existence dedicated to work and innovation, the curtain falls on its first century as the top boot manufacturing brand in Europe.
Each year, 200,000 pairs of boots pass through the hands of 170 expert craftsmen in a process that includes 250 manufacturing operations. The history behind Sendra experts at setting traditions and the solidity of its successful designs, created stitch by stitch, are together moulding its future one boot at a time. The passion and purposefulness of its team are paving the way to its continued success in the future. Every morning, the factory comes to life and gives shape to the words of its Managing Director and designer, Javier Sendra.The hands of its craftsmen and its tireless machinery prepare to carefully mould the component parts into a true work of art. After almost 100 years and the experience of four generations, his great-grandson Francisco Javier Sendra continues, with the help of 170 specialists in fashion, design and the manufacture of boots, a labour that has turned a small family company into one of the most important brands of boot in the world. Today Sendra, based in Elda in Alicante, continues to use a traditional process involving 250 stages, including Goodyear welts, in order to achieve a perfect finish. But linked to this is the constant search for new shapes, materials and colours the desire to grow and reinvent itself, to go higher and become one of the pioneers in fashion in the hunt for new trends, which is why the companys products go beyond being a classic cowboy boot.
Sendra Cowboy boots refer to a specific style of riding boot, historically worn by cowboys.  They have a Cuban heel, rounded to pointed toe, high shaft, and, traditionally, no lacing. Cowboy boots are normally made from cowhide leather but are also sometimes made from "exotic" skins such as alligator, snake, ostrich, lizard, eel, elephant, stingray, elk, buffalo, and the like.
There are two basic styles of cowboy boots, western (or classic), and roper. The classic style is distinguished by a tall boot shaft, going to at least mid-calf, with an angled "cowboy" heel, usually over one inch high. A slightly lower, still angled, "walking" heel is also common.
The toe of western boots was originally rounded or squared in shape. The narrow pointed toe design appeared in the early 1940s. A newer design, the "roper" style, has a short boot shaft that stops above the ankle but before the middle of the calf, with a very low and squared-off "roper" heel, shaped to the sole of the boot, usually less than one inch high.
Roper boots are usually made with rounded toes, but, correlating with style changes in streetwear, styles with a squared toe are seen. The roper style is also manufactured in a lace-up design which often fits better around the ankle and is less likely to slip off, but lacing also creates safety issues for riding.
They usually have some sort of decorative stitching. When mounting and, especially, dismounting, the slick, treadless leather sole of the boot allowed easy insertion and removal of the foot into the stirrup of the Western saddle.The original toe was rounded and a bit narrowed at the toe to make it easier to insert. While an extremely pointed toe is a modern stylization appearing in the 1940s, it adds no practical benefit, and can be uncomfortable in a working boot. While in the saddle, the tall heel minimized the risk of the foot sliding forward through the stirrup, which could be life-threatening if it happened and the rider were to be unseated. There was often considerable risk that a cowboy would fall from a horse, both because he often had to ride young, unpredictable horses, but also because he had to do challenging ranch work in difficult terrain, that often meant that he could accidentally become unseated by a quick-moving horse.
If a rider fell from a horse but had a boot get caught in the stirrup, there arose a very great risk that the horse could panic and run off, dragging the cowboy, thus causing severe injury and possible death. The tall leather shaft of the boot helped to hold the boot in place in the absence of lacing.
The tall shaft, comfortably loose fit, and lack of lacing all were additional features that helped prevent a cowboy from being dragged since his body weight could pull his foot out of the boot if he fell off while the boot remained stuck in the stirrup. While mounted, the shaft also protected the lower leg and ankle from rubbing on the stirrup leathers, as well as fending off brush and thorns, particularly if also worn with chaps or chinks. While dismounted, the shaft helped protect the leg and foot from rocks, brush, thorns, and rattlesnakes.In wet weather or creek crossings, the high tops helped prevent the boot from filling with mud and water. The modern roper style boot with a low heel and shorter shaft emerged from the traditional design in response to the needs of modern rodeo, particularly calf roping, where the cowboy had to run to tie the calf as well as to ride. The lower shaft resulted in a less expensive boot, but also allowed the boot to be more easily removed. A lace-up design for roper boots became popular as it prevented the boot from falling off too easily and provided more ankle support when on foot, though the lacer also has safety issues because it will not fall off if a rider is hung up in a stirrup, and, lacking a smooth upper, the lacings themselves may make it easier for the boot to become caught in the stirrup in the first place. Early boots were cowhide leather pieced together with single rows of top stitching, but as custom boots were made, cowboys asked for decorative stitching, cutouts in the high tops (early on, often Texas stars), and different materials.
The interaction of wild west shows and, later, western movies influenced styles that working cowboys at times adopted. Modern cowboy boots are available in all colors and can be made from just about every animal whose skin can be made into leather, including exotic materials such as alligator and ostrich.
One accessory used with cowboy boots are spurs, which are sometimes attached to the heel of each boot for the purpose of cueing a horse while riding. Many cowboy boot companies have been in operation since the 19th century. Because of this, fitting between companies is not always consistent.
Each brand will fit a little differently from their competition. For some individuals, the fit may vary depending on the type of toe that is sought. In a properly fitting boot, regardless of the shape of the toes, the wearer should be able to wiggle their toes, feeling no pressure from the sides, top, or front of the boot. If the individual's foot has a longer than normal arch, or if their foot is more V shaped, then a narrow toe may present a problem.
A rounder toe, or a squared off toe, will fit more like a regular shoe. Another factor is the choice of leather. A boot made of a softer leather, such as calfskin, buffalo, or horsehide, will quickly stretch where appropriate and mold to the wearer's foot. But a small amount of slippage is also normal at first.This slippage is caused by the stiffness of a new boot's sole. As the sole becomes more flexible, the slippage will decrease. Es ist des KÄUFERS Verantwortung, vor dem Kauf eventuell anfallende Einfuhrsteuern mit den verantwortlichen Zollämtern zu prüfen. Verkäufer übernimmt NICHT die Einfuhrkosten. The item "SENDRA BOOTS, 4660, BROWN ANTIQUE, COWBOY BOOTS, WESTERN BOOTS, BIKER BOOTS, NEW" is in sale since Wednesday, May 8, 2019. This item is in the category "Clothing, Shoes & Accessories\Men\Men's Shoes\Boots".toni" and is located in Constitution Hill, New South Wales. This item can be shipped worldwide.