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Roper Boot Caliber in Mojave Suede/Peach

$161
$248

Color: Mojave Suede/Peach

Size: 
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Men’s Roper Boots that hit the sweet spot between a cowboy boot and a dress boot

These heritage Roper Boots were made in Leon, Mexico—quickly becoming the global capital for handcrafted men’s Western boots—and can work just as hard as any work boot, thanks to their expert craftsmanship. What makes them different than a traditional cowboy boot? They’ve got a shorter, more comfortable wedge sole that makes ‘em a lot more approachable, while still adding a rugged touch to any outfit. And every time you pull these Roper Boots on, the full-grain leather will be a little bit softer than last time, until stepping into them feels like a loving embrace for your foot.


  • "The perfect first cowboy boot"
  • Premium bovine suede leather uppers are breathable, odor-resistant, and durable for a long life, all sourced from byproducts of the beef industry
  • Quality fit and unrivaled comfort right out of the box
  • Resoleable Goodyear Welt construction results in a flexible sole for a smooth ride
  • Oil resistant and cushy wedge outsole made from polyurethane breaks in fast and stays comfy all day
  • Fully lined in a soft, pliable, and comfortable bovine lining
  • Side pulls for easy entry
  • Handcrafted in Leon, Mexico by experts in handmade leather footwear

The combination of premium materials that make up the Roper Boot are sourced with an eye to the best materials that will work well together to make the best boot possible. The premium cowhide leather comes from LE FARC tannery, just a few miles away from where the boots are handcrafted by the factory in Leon, Mexico.

  • Alfamex Bentley suede leather upper
  • Soft and comfortable bovine lining
  • Polyurethane wedge outsole
  • 100% recycled packaging material printed with eco-friendly vegetable oil ink
  • The Roper Caliber is built on the custom Berryroper last, and made to fit your US Brannock device size, however the shaft can be difficult to pull on so we recommend sizing up a half or full size
  • On the first wear, the Roper Caliber should be a little hard to pull on and just a tiny bit snug—over time the leather will soften up and mold to the shape of your foot
  • If you're still having issues getting the boots on (high instep, less ankle flexibility, wider foot), you can try the "plastic bag method." At home, wrap your foot in an old grocery bag so you can slide your foot in the boot with less friction. After a few wears, you should have stretched the shaft to accommodate your foot
  • These are a standard D width so for wider feet, we recommend going up at least a half size from your normal size
  • Check out this article for detailed advice on how to take care of your leather boots

Email us at [email protected] for sizing guidance or other questions.

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