Old Gringo Boot Sale. 25% off taken at checkout until July 31st! Our most popular boot to date, meet Bonnie! Beautifully crafted with floral embroidery over a lovely brown leather. Pairs well with any outfit you deem worthy of these beauties.
Shaft Opening: Approximately 13.5" in Size 7
Shaft Height: 13"
Old Gringo cowboy boots bond the time-honored art of handmade boots with a contemporary flair for fashion. Old Gringo Boots are unique, comfortable and made with the highest quality leathers. They add art to footwear using embroidery, Swarovski crystals, stud patterns, inlay/overlay, hand tooling, painting, and laser etching. Every Old Gringo boot is the culmination of an over 250-step production process performed by their skilled craftsmen.
*All Boot Returns and Exchanges require a 10% re-stocking fee!
Basic Clothing Size Chart
USA Dress Size
BUST– Measure around the fullest part of your bust
WAIST– Measure around the narrowest part of your torso
LOW HIP– With your feet together, measure around the fullest part of your hips/rear
THIGH– With legs slightly apart, measure around the fullest part of your thigh.
Shoe Sizing Chart:
US Size European Size
How to order the right size cowboy boot:
When in doubt, go with your current shoe size. Most cowboy boots run true to size and because of the high quality leather, boots need to be worn in.
If you fall between two sizes, order the larger size because you can always wear thicker boot socks for a better fit and feel.
Know your shoe width, which is usually similar to your current shoe width. A= narrow B=Medium/Average C=Wide
I have athletic calves: Boots with a shaft of 12" or smaller would be the best bet for the perfect boot.
I have one foot bigger than the other: Consider purchasing boots that match your larger foot size and wear a thicker sock and insole in the boot of your smaller foot
I am flat footed: Boots with a shorter heel and rounded or square toe would be your best bet.
My foot has a high arch: Boots with a zipper entry are easier to put on and allow for you to insert a needed insole.
Over time, the leather will mold to your foot and be the boots you never want to take off!