Womens Vintage Frye Ranchers Pee Wee Western Boots Cowboy Boots 1952 Sz 7-7.5
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Womens Vintage Frye Ranchers Pee Wee Western Boots Cowboy Boots 1952 Sz 7-7.5:
Women’s Frye Pee Wee
These beautiful cowboy boots were purchased in 1952; 61 years ago! They are Pee Wee style boots from the Frye Boot Co, the oldest continually operating boot company in America. Of course, the company has changed hands and they don’t really make boots like they used to. These wonderful vintage boots are black, red and white, mid calf boots with flower inlays and decorative top stitching. They are lined in soft leather and have the cloth pull ups with the words "Frye's Rancher Boots", which help mark them as genuine vintage Frye Boots. There is no size on them. I am estimating their size based on the measurements as compared to all the other ladies boots listed on and they seem to be either a 7 or 7.5 B. Please compare these measurements with shoes or boots that fit you to be sure the size is right. I am not taking any returns on these boots. They were resoled way back in the late 50’s and the heels are worn down at the back. They have been in a box since 1960 when my feet expanded. The leather is in quite good condition other than the creases created by being worn, but the foot portion of the boot (uppers) scratches easily and I’m not sure how it will hold up to regular wear. The shaft with its inlays is in near perfect condition, just the white portions are a lightly crazed.
The measurements are as follows:
Length from heel to toe when heel is pressed against a wall and measured to furthest point of toe: 10.25”(the toe is pointy and your foot isn't supposed to be as long as the shoe)
Width at widest point: 3.5”
Height of shaft from floor including 1.5” heel: 10.5”
Calf opening measured inside boot:12”
There is a coded stamp which is hard to read inside top of both boots. I believe it says:
Frye’s Genuine (inside an oval) 930
I will be shipping the two boots in separate (but attached) boxes to keep them safe from rubbing together in the mail. The extra box did not add anything to the cost of shipping. Shipping cost will depend on where you live.