Ram partners with Lucchese on a range of luxury boots

Five styles for men and women cued off the 10th Anniversary Longhorn pickup

A few months back, Ram announced a partnership with Michigan-based Wolverine boots on a variety of work boots based upon the Ram 1500 Tradesperson, Rebel, and also Restricted trims. The second full-size truckmaker until now this year in sales isn’t finished with shoes, Ram introducing a variety of dress boots in cooperation with Texas-based boot firm Lucchese. There are five styles in overall, 3 for men, two for ladies. Because these Western-themed cowboy specials are based upon the $58,565 10th Anniversary Minimal Longhorn Edition, which lives at the opposite end of the trim array to Tradesman, the Lucchese designs can cost greater than 10 times the Wolverines. Whereas the entry-level Wolverine Tradesperson cost $229, the top-dog Lucchese males’s Tooled Western Boot runs $2,495.

That cash obtains deluxe attributes and Lucchese’s hand-worked procedures that pass each boot via as many as 120 pairs of hands on the way to being completed. That $2,495 boot is made with a hand-tooled quarter, which is the shaft of the boot that runs up the leg above the ankle, and a giant gator vamp, the vamp being the reduced portion of the boot that covers the foot. The men’s Caiman Horseman Boot consists of a hand-cut inlay quarter and huge stomach caiman vamp for $995. The men’s Ostrich Horseman version wears an elegant stitch quarter and also hand tarnished ostrich vamp for $745.

The women’s Titan Gator Western Boot is made with an inlayed quarter as well as a gigantic gator vamp for $1,395. The final version, the ladies’s Horseman Boot, obtains a side joint quarter and inlay with a goatskin vamp for $695.

Each boot is likewise jazzed up with some type of automaker logo which can include the word “Ram” or “Longhorn,” or the Ram bighorn lamb logo design. And also if a Ram proprietor needs to get back at extra on-brand where the natural leather fulfills the ground, Ram sells a three-pack of branded socks for $25.

Ryan Nagode, chief designer for Ram interiors, stated this collaboration can be traced back to a browse through to Texas with his layout team greater than a decade ago. The group noted the creative thinking and attention to detail on the merchandises at boot and saddle stores, aspects that would increasingly make their way into Ram interiors as trucks obtained much more extravagant from top to bottom. Closing the circle, Lucchese boot developer Trey Gilmore made every effort to re-create specific facets of the 10th Wedding anniversary Longhorn truck, like the Hill Brown leather inside.