It was 1880 when Sam Lucchese Sr. and his brothers came to America. Although he was just 17 years old, the young Lucchese had a vision for a career in boot-making, and just three years later, the Lucchese Boot Company was established in San Antonio, Texas.
Every pair of Lucchese boots is hand-inspected, not once, but twice. And although the leather seams are skived by machine, the process is repeated a second time by hand. In virtually every one of Lucchese procedures, the company relies on human hands to complete the task to near-perfection.
Every inch of a Lucchese boot is made of the finest grade of leathers. These near-perfect skins are often more expensive, but you can't put a price on unprecedented fit and comfort.