Lucchese Boots For Women

Lucchese Boots For Women

If you are looking for a nice pair of western boots, I can highly recommend the Lucchese boots for women! I spent some serious time shopping for a pair of cowboy boots for myself. I lost count of how many pairs of boots that I tried on before I found the pair that I purchased. And I have to tell you that I had just about given up. That is until I tried on a pair of Lucchese boots and the search was over. I said to the sales lady, “Ma’am, I believe this pair is going home with me today.”

Now, I did not plan on spending this much money on a pair of boots but once I put them on and they fit my foot like a glove, there was no turning back.

Lucchese is pronounced: lou kay zee

lucchese boots for women

This is the pair of boots that I purchased for myself. I love the burnished tan color and the goat leather is so very comfortable! One thing that appealed to me was that even though the boots are brand new, they have a look of having been worn awhile. Sort of a distressed look. I also prefer the 12 inch boots so that I can wear them with jeans out or in and they look pretty cool with a skirt or dress, too. Lucchese N4540 Ladies’ Boots

Sam Lucchese was 17 years old in 1880 when he immigrated to the U.S. from Italy. His dream was to be a fine bootmaker. He began to make a name for himself by making boots for the U.S. Cavalry. At age 20 in 1883, he opened his Lucchese Boot Company in San Antionio, Texas. The company is now located in El Paso but the care in making a pair of boots is no different.

Sam Lucchese, Jr, the grandson of the founder, studied the human foot and came up with a design of boot that fits the foot like no other. I can attest to that!

In today’s making of a pair of boots at the Lucchese Boot Company, some processes are done by machine but at least are checked and re-checked by human hands. Many steps are still done by hand.

It takes a little more time to make a pair of Lucchese boots whether they are for women, men, or children. The true fit is accomplished by the design but that isn’t all. The finest leathers are selected to make the boots and the lemon wood pegs are driven by hand in every pair of boots. The finishing process is meticulous.

A few things that happen:

1. there are 100 steps to making a pair of Lucchese boots
2. 250 hands touch the boots each day
3. the process takes 15 days from start to finish
4. about 14,000 boots are in some form of production on any given day.

love my lucchese boots

My boots have held up well and get more comfortable every time that I wear them.

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Beverly Owens

Bev has been decorating rooms and homes since she was a little kid, starting with her own bedroom. She loves to share ideas for decorating different rooms in the home along with some outstanding products that she finds from time to time.


  1. Love those Lucchese boots!! What is the model #?
    Also, what is the color when you purchased and do they soften to a whiskey color with age?

    • Beverly Owens :

      Hi Linda! The boots in my pictures are the N4540 model. The color is called Tan Burnished Mad Dog and it is a great color! I can’t see that they have changed much in color while they have aged. They may be slightly lighter but not much.

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