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Mens Size 10 Sidi Full Bore Red,white,blue Stripe On Black Leather Boots on 2040-parts.com

US $35,000.00
Location:

Starke, Florida, United States

Starke, Florida, United States
Mens Size 10 SIDI Full Bore Red,White,Blue Stripe on Black Leather Boots , US $35,000.00, image 1

Thank you for stopping by! I moved into a home and found these gorgeous boots in a box with other vintage items. They are clean and wearable, I had a friend put them on for a one time use with his bike and said they were comfortable and just need leather conditioning and silver polishing. All buckles work and snap nicely, nothing has been replaced on these beauties.

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