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C4108 - WOMEN'S BROWN 3D BRISTLE EMBROIDERY WITH STRAP AND ZIPPER DISTRESSED BEIGE SNIP TOE ANKLE BOOT

$298.00

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Shaft height Toe type Heel height Material
7 1/2' Snip Toe 2' Cowhide
Size: 6
Color: Beige
Width: M
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Size: 6
Color: Beige
Width: M

Product information

  • We manage all of our shipments with UPS. Items cannot be mailed to a P.O. Box; you must provide a physical address to avoid delaying delivery or automatic cancellation.   
  • We offer free shipping with the USA ONLY. Restrictions apply

Restrictions; we currently do not ship to Alaska and Hawaii. 

  • Address update/ change Due to different state tax restrictions we will not be able to modify the address once an order has been completed (unless is a spelling correction or a number address correction). 

NO ADDRESS WILL BE MODIFIED IN ANY ORDERS ONCE THE PRODUCT HAS LEFT THE WAREHOUSE.

  • We currently do not have international shipping; we hope to have this option available soon. 
  •  Items are usually shipped within the same day or the following business day. Shipping is usually 3-8 business days. 
  • During sale events, high demand or inventory shipping may be delayed between 3-7 business days. Low-stock or out-of-stock items may be requested to ship from our warehouse in Mexico which will delay shipping between 7-14 business days depending on customs and exotic restrictions. 

For any other questions please contact customerservice2@corralboots.comcustomerservice103@corralboots.com or webshop@corralboots.com.

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General care

At the end of the day, wipe off any loose dust, dirt, or foreign debris. It is abrasive to all types of leather, failure to properly clean the soles, heels, or stitching will eventually cause the leather to weaken causing splits or cracks to occur ruining the overall appearance of the boot. Use a very soft brush or a damp cloth to remove dust, dirt, and debris from crevices, stitching, heels, shaft, vamp, and soles. You may use a slightly damp sponge to remove heavy mud on caked areas where mud has dried. Do not use solvents, gasoline, household, or industrial cleaners to try and remove stains. Do not soak or wash the boots in heavy running water. Remove any excess water as soon as possible with a soft dry cloth and allow to air dry. Do not leave your boots in front of a fireplace, stove, oven, or direct sun, or use a hair dryer to dry. Not doing so could result in mold, discoloration, or premature deterioration of the leather or skin.

Apply conditioner with a soft cloth or use your fingers, rubbing the conditioner over your boot in a circular motion. You should not use large amounts of conditioner, soak or glob areas of the boot with the conditioner. The skin can only absorb a certain amount before it becomes saturated, oily, or sticky. Wipe away any excess conditioner with a soft, clean, dry cloth. 

Boot creams come in many different colors as well as neutral for hard-to-match colors and may contain conditioning agents as well. Apply with a soft cloth or your fingers, using thin layers and multiple applications allowing the boots to absorb the boot cream. This provides a fresh new look and prevents the leather from drying out. You may also want to use boot cream around the edges of the sole and heel to restore worn or scuffed areas. Boot cream or polish is not recommended for scaled boots such as rattlesnake or python.  

When boots become scratched or scuffed from normal wear, there are a few things you can do to make the scratch or scuffed area less noticeable. Use a wax or cream polish in a color that is as close as possible to the damaged area. Using a soft cloth, apply thin layers of the wax or cream polish, after the wax/cream has dried, brush or wipe away any excess wax/ cream and repeat these steps until you match the damaged area, as close as possible, to the rest of the boot. If boots have become stiff or dried out, you may try leather saddle soap to restore the leather. However, using saddle soap regularly may dull or remove the manufacturer´s designed finish.

To store your boots, we recommend the use of boot trees to retain the shape of the shaft and integrity of the last. When not wearing your boots, store them in a cool, dry place, out of direct sun or direct exposure to heating vents. Boots should be conditioned/ polished three to four times a year whether they are worn or simply being stored. Do not store your boots if they are damp, or wet.

 

Ostrich

Being a relatively durable skin may be cared for much the same way as earlier discussed in basic care.

 

Alligator, Crocodile, Eel, and Lizard

If at all possible, try not to wear exotic skin boots in extremely wet weather conditions, stand or walk in water, or mud. Keep your boots free of dust, dirt, and debris. Apply a light boot conditioner each week when being worn often. If you store your boots for an extended period, it is recommended that you condition them about 3-4 times a year at least. 

 

Rattlesnake, Python, Cobra and Other Snakes

Boots with scales require a different kind of care. Always wipe with the grain, never against it. From time to time, you may want to use a reptile spray foam cleaner and conditioner on your boots, to lift dirt or debris from the scales, wiping away any remaining residue with a soft cloth.

 

Distressed Leather

                Do not use wax or cream polish on this type of leather. To keep your boots looking as they were designed, use a soft damp cloth to wipe away any dust or debris. If you want a little more luster on this type of finish, try applying a neutral color boot cream and buffing it out with a soft brush.

 

Suede

Requires a little extra care to keep clean and remain soft and supple. Use a suede brush to clean everyday dirt, dust, or loose debris from boots. Do not wear suede boots in the rain, sleet, or snow. Should your boots become wet or damp, use a dry terry cloth towel and allow the boots to dry at room temperature. Do not Place boots near a fireplace, stove, or other heat sources. Once the suede has dried, use a suede brush, or dry terry cloth to gently rub the suede back and forth to raise the nap. Do not use any harsh cleaning solvents

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C4108 - WOMEN'S BROWN 3D BRISTLE EMBROIDERY WITH STRAP AND ZIPPER DISTRESSED BEIGE SNIP TOE ANKLE BOOT

Sweet, intricate, and trendy. A unique design with 3D embroidery is a must for your collection.

The distressed beige leather compliments the brown bristle 3D embroidery pattern on its 7.5-inch shaft height and vamp.

You can wear this style all day without worrying about getting tired with an elegant snip toe. The smooth inside leather lining, cushioned leather insole, leather outer sole with a rubber heel cap, and 2-inch fiberglass heel, scream comfort.

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