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Roper Sidewinder Pierce Conceal Carry Boot

Be ready for whatever is coming your way. The Sidewinder boot from Roper features a unique conceal carry system in each boot. The vamp is constructed from a burnished tan and the shaft features a light distressed blue with a 8-stitch design. Other details include a 11" shaft, leather lining, 1-1/2" walking heel, pull tabs, and a square toe.

Additional Details about CCS:
• Unique flexible way to carry most small to medium frame handguns securely and discreetly inside the shaft of quality Roper boot.
• Each boot features a patent pending 4" elastic gator holster pocket with an elastic strap that secures with a snap onto the exterior pull tab.
• Each boot also features an elastic patent pending 3-1/2" cell phone / accessory pocket
• Boot shaft is engineered to avoid imprinting and provide a great fit
• Remove firearms from holster when not wearing.

Disclaimer and Warning
By purchasing Sidewinder Boots by Roper Apparel & Footwear you acknowledge and agree to the following conditions: Firearms are potentially dangerous and should be handled only by responsible person who have completed a certified training course in the safe handling and use of firearms. Serious injury or even death to you or another person could result without proper training. We disclaim any and all risks & liability for incidental or consequential damages to property, personal injury or death to you or another person(s) from the discharge of the firearm. Never place a loaded gun in a holster without first testing in an unloaded condition, for proper handgun fit. The Sidewinder boots are designed to fit factory equipped handguns and any modifications to the may cause improper holster fit and accidental discharge. Make certain that handgun is securely seated in the holster each time you holster your handgun before removing your hand from the grip. Never place your hand or fingers in front of the firearm barrel while trying to holster or unholster your firearm. Keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot. Keep fingers off the trigger and out of the trigger guard when drawing or replacing the handgun in the holster.

For more information on how to safely carry your particular handgun, please refer to your handgun safety and instruction manual.
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