Durango Men’s DB710 Western Boot

This Durango biker boot is at the top of our short list Genuine black oiled leather “Low Crossroads” harness boot features a 7″ shaft height. Unlined. Cushion insole built for long-lasting, comfortable wear. Wide square toe and strider heel. Attached ring harness. 41 brown oiled leather color may vary slightly.

Product Features

  • Low Shaft Is Comfortable To Wear, Easy To Slide On
  • Leather harness detail with metal rings and rivets
  • Taped inside seams for comfort
Share this post

3 replies on “Durango Men’s DB710 Western Boot

  • Armen

    Good quality, but the sizes are way too large My size is 8 – 8.5, and I ordered accordingly the size 8.5M. However when boots came they were a full size larger on my feet. I returned them and ordered a slightly different model of size 7.5 2E that fitted me perfectly.The quality of leather was good, and they looked as on the photos, maybe a little more shiny.

  • duhdonutman

    Not bad for a motorcycle boot that can be worn at work I bought this boot because I needed a decent boot that I could also wear to work. I ride to work about 3 days a week, weather permitting. I have grown to like these boots so much that I actually am now wearing them any time I ride. I can work decent distances in them and they don’t hurt. They have a decent grip on them so they don’t slide on my floor boards and the vibration is no greater then if I were in any other type of footwear. I got caught in the rain on more then one occasion…

  • G. Stapleton "Cityboy"

    Good looking Boot Got these in the mail just a day or two after order. VERY SPEEDY. Great looking boot. You can wear them in a lot of different settings. But I will say to be prepared for a little pain initially. And what I mean by that is being that it is leather, it will take some wear time before it loosens up. Putting them on? Just make sure you have a good shoe horn available. There is not much give for the leather around the angle. You have to force your foot in there. A shoe horn will help in avoiding…


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.