Above: Paul Bond "Mt. Trumbull" boots. My first pair of Bond boots. 22-inches total height,
2-1/2-inch heels, super sharp 4A toe. Turquoise tops that Mr. Bond picked out the stitching colors for.
Above: Vintage Joe Hall boots, about 20-25 years old. 18" high, 2-3/4" heel (when new),
sharp X toe. The seams started coming apart after wearing due to age, so I decided to "use
them up". I have worn the stacked leather heel down on the outsides and both soles have holes.
Above: True story -- I found these Olathe Buckaroo boots at the Goodwill Store by my house
for $24.99. What a deal! These are the real deal cowboy boots. 20-inch total height, 3-inch
heel with spur ridge, rounded toe. Hardly worn, just some dirt on the heels. Nice red shafts.
Above: Paul Bond Crotch High boots 37-inch total height, 3-inch heel with spur ridge, sharp pointed 4A toe.
All black leather with sharkskin on the collar & heel counter. Quite the feeling wearing these boots!
You can see more of these Paul Bond Crotch High boots on page 715 of the "Just Boots" gallery.