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Getting ready to celebrate the Fourth of July?! Be sure to do it in some of Lucchese’s most patriotic boots!

Nearly as old as America’s favorite pastime baseball, high-end Western lifestyle brand Lucchese – known for its beautifully crafted cowboy boots – opened its first store on July Fourth in 1900 after being in operation for 15 years. Nearly 140 years after the brand’s inception, Lucchese has put together a Fourth of July style guide, featuring its most patriotic high-end cowboy boots that’d make any American kick up their heels:

Starry Red Estrellas ($475)

 Estrella means “star” in Spanish, and this style features just that inlaid delicately on the quarters. The slightly shorter shaft and pointed toe make this boot the star of the show.

The Gaby, reminiscent of the American Southwest ($495) 

Made from goat, the Gaby is a 7″ western shortie with a simple, pull-on boot and star toe medallion on the vamp and a rounded toe for a kick of style.

For the men, a little more subtle patriotism with the Stead ($595)

Handmade in Texas, Stead is a fresh take on a traditional horseman boot featuring color blocked quarters.

Nothing like showing your American pride with some western flair!