Tony Lama concentrated solely on making quality Western boots.
These boots from Tony Lama are made up of a bone lustre goat leather upper and a tan tuscan goat leather vamp. These feature an H Toe and an H heel. These also have a super comfortable cushion insole and an iron leather outsole. These are made in the USA and they also have a double stitch welt.
In the early 1900s, Tony Lama joined the U.S. Cavalry as a cobbler for the soldiers stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas. After the army phased out its horse soldiers, Tony Lama concentrated solely on making quality Western boots. To meet the growing demands in the 1930s, Tony Lama developed methods to produce greater quantities without sacrificing the key steps in hand crafting. The legacy created by the humble cobbler, a hard working entrepreneur with a fierce pride in his craft, lives on in the corporation that bears Tony Lama's name today.