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Black Jack European Goat Roper

MSRP: $369.95
$317.00
(You save $52.95 )
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SKU:
BJ-342
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Black Jack Goat Roper Boots 

These Goat Roper Boots by Black Jack Boots are one of our most popular Roper boots. You can choose a more traditional matching shaft or contrasting shafts if you prefer. 100% hand crafted from Genuine goatskin Hides!

You will not find this quality of a Cowboy boot at a better price! 

Colors Available:

  • Standard Goat: Black, Black Cherry, Burgundy, Brown, Tan, Mink, Buttercup, Baby Blue, Royal Blue, Navy Blue, Turquoise, Forest Green, Bright Green, Oryx, Gray, Red, Purple, Orange, Light Pink(limited), Yellow, Bone, White, Flag Blue, Flag Red, Mint (limited).
  • Pull Up Goat: Black, Nicotine, Cognac, Peanut, Sun Tan, Oryx, Turquoise, Orange, Red, Jean Blue, Lime Green. (All Pull Up colors are limited).
  • Mad Dog Goat: Coyote, Tan, Pearl, Brown, Black, Cognac, Red (limited), Blue (limited), Green (limited).
  • Nappa Goat: Brown, Black

All Black Jack Cowboy boots are 100% hand crafted and hand pegged by expert cowboy boot craftsmen from only the best leathers and hides available!  

Handmade in the USA! 

Boots Pictured

  • Vamp: Goat Black Cherry
  • Tops: Goat Black Cherry
  • Style: 342 Roper Stitch
  • HT: 12” Scallop: 2
  • Toe: 4  Heel: 7 (Roper)

Available in Men's or Women's sizes.  

Production Time : 8-10 weeks

Matching Belts are available to round out your wardrobe, see our Belts Page.

NOTE: With natural hides and skins, color and shades can vary from the picture.

These boots can be completely customized to your preference!  If you would like to order different than shown, please see our Custom Boots Page or call us to discuss.

You can pick your Toe, Heel, Upper style and color, etc.   You can order these boots with any of the Black Jack Options shown here: Fit & Style Options

Boot Care Kit Includes: 1 Bickmore Cream polish 2oz, 2 oz. bottles of Bick 1 and Bick 4, a cleaning cloth and a leather care brochure, packaged in a reusable vinyl carrying case. 1 Set of Cedar Boot Trees.  SAVE $10 by ordering with your boots.  Price reflects $10 savings over buying products separately.

 

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  • 5
    Black Jack European Goat Roper

    Posted by David Fletcher on Jun 13th 2021

    1. They are made in Texas, specifically, El Paso. 2. My foot plops right in and comes right out. The foot bed fits my wide foot very comfortably. 3. Full leather lining in a contrasting color, 100% leather stacked heels, even the piping is leather. Only the metal shank is not leather. 4. THIS IS ARTWORK. I ordered a pair of ropers. Red over navy blue. With snipped toe which required a slightly bigger heel. Roper scallops and plain tops. What a beautiful "ace of spades" shaped curve the boots have. I realize that they are actually closer to shiny dress boots. 5. They cost $267 delivered. 6. Made in the USA in an extremely competitive market. Support American families and wear with pride. Nice people at the factory and nice people at Tim's Boots. Email stephen@timsboots.com. 7. All these elements come together and cannot be matched by any other boot maker. It's basically a custom boot at an unbelievable price. The best boot company in the world you may have never heard of. I have been sick. And while laying in bed, I have held and looked at these boots dozens of times and they have made me so happy. To ensure a great fit, trace your right foot putting equal pressure on both feet. You actually only have to trace the four edges of your foot, to get the width and the length. If you normally wear socks, wear socks when you trace your foot. Take a ruler and measure the tracing: the widest part across and the longest part. For example, my tracing measured 4.5" x 11". Tell Stephen this number so he can relay it to the factory. They will do the rest. They are very good at foot geometry.

  • 5
    Black Jack European Goat Roper

    Posted by David Fletcher on Mar 20th 2021

    in depth review at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZ1EmnXUzUA under Miriam Fletcher