Are Lucchese and Corral Boots comfortable?

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  1. Kristal H

    Kristal H Senior Member

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    Boots really need to be tried on, I have Lucceese boots and they are beautiful but for my feet I prefer the fit of the upper end Tony Lama boots.
     
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  2. Baboo

    Baboo Senior Member

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    I have a pair of Lucchese boots and love them. Very comfortable and gorgeous! I agree with Kristal though - boots should be tried on as feet are different.
     
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  3. TallOak10

    TallOak10 Full Member

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    I actually saw a few pair of Corrals that I liked. Are they comfortable? It's hard to find a place that carries a really good selection of boots.
     
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    TallOak10 Full Member

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    TOTALLY agreed. It's really hard to find stores on the East Coast who have a variety of these boots to try.
     
  5. TallOak10

    TallOak10 Full Member

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    Either my internet is down or there are absolutely NO retailers for Corral OR Lucchese Boots remotely near me or ANYONE in New jersey.
     
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    TallOak10 Full Member

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    *FUNNY ALERT* Lucchese's browser was down. I just called. They have retailers literally 40 minutes from my house. TIME FOR A ROOOOAAAAAD TRIP! Luckily, my fiance loves cowboy boots too. I'll let you know what I wind up with!
     
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    NaeNae Senior Member

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    I mean I said in the post you quoted about comfort but I'll say it again; the slim toe is tight for your toes and they aren't as comfy as a square toe or a roomier boot. I have slim feet too, so if you have anything other than dainty feet they won't be something you want to wear for more than a few hours and not a ton of walking.
     
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  8. endurgirl

    endurgirl Senior Member

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    I love my square toe and can't imagine going back to anything else. I bust the toes out of every tennis shoe i have, wide forefoot. :rofl:
     
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  9. kaitybug

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    ECC8202F-4194-48C7-885F-4ED101513D11.jpeg I love my corral’s, I’ve had them for years now and they’ve held up good
     
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  10. mel2525

    mel2525 Senior Member+

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    My corral boots are very uncomfortable but very cute! I bought mine for my wedding and have only worn them a few times.
     

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