We received four more styles of Tin Haul cowboy boots a few days ago. Two are men’s boots, two are women’s.
These boots sold by Drysdales stand out for their eye-popping designs, including beneath their clear soles. Drysdales remains the only Oklahoma supplier of Tin Hauls.
The graphics on the soles are protected by a quarter-inch of clear polypropylene. Called “Obvious” soles, Tin Haul says the layer is durable and lasts longer than traditional leather soles. The soles boot-scoot smoothly on dance floors and slide easily out of saddle stirrups.
Tin Haul says its boots are “constructed in the same fashion as a high-end boot, but with a twist to the wild side.”
Here are a few of the features of each Tin Haul boot:
- 11-inch shaft
- Leather stacked roper heel provides more foot support
- Durable, double-stitched welt construction
- Fully leather lined
- Leather midsole
- Broad square toe
Each boot also comes with a metal Tin Haul dogtag with a leather cord:
One style of the Tin Haul boots that recently arrived is these in a distressed charcoal color.
We also call these “shark boots,” for obvious reasons. Here’s a close-up of the foot and its fancy stitching:
Needless to say, you’ll stand out in a crowd when you wear these boots.
Here’s a detail of the Tin Haul logo stitching on the shaft:
And here’s what you’ll find on the soles. It looks like a German beer maid:
The other men’s Tin Haul boots are these black-and-white ones in a checkerboard pattern on the foot:
Here’s a closer look at the checkerboard stitching pattern on the foot:
A close-up of the stitching pattern of the Tin Haul logo on the shaft:
And here are the images you’ll find on the soles, including a drummer and a world map in vivid colors:
A similar variation can be found in these women’s black-and-white checkerboard boots:
The boot has the same sort of checkerboard stitching pattern as the men’s:
But, this time, the shaft is black, instead of white. Here’s a closer look at the white stitching of the Tin Haul logo:
And here’s what you’ll find on the soles — a colorful variation of the Tin Haul logo:
The other Tin Haul women’s western boots we received are these, in a distressed blue and brown:
The graphics on the foot look worn and faded. The images feature an angel, a skull, a cherub, and the Tin Haul logo:
Here’s a look at the heel area:
The distressed brown leather shaft also includes faint graphics:
Finally, the soles include an enlarged image of the Tin Haul logo:
If you’re interested in what Tin Haul has to offer, you can shop for those boots here.