Mezcalero’s cowboy boots are instantly recognisable by their elaborate ornamentation. Mezcalero is a great fan of flame motifs in every conceivable variation. These leather-lined boots are held to the leather outsole with a double welt seam. The heels are fully slanted for a real ‘western’ style, and are 1cm taller in the women’s models than the unisex boots. Mezcalero’s cowboy boots also have the same luxurious inner sole for maximum comfort.
The prices mentioned in the offers of GLS are final prices. They include all price components including the statutory German value added tax.
Within Germany, parcel shipping via DPD and DHL is for free.
Parcel delivery within the European Union (EU) costs 17,00 Euro. The delivery of parcels to Switzerland via DHL costs 26,00 Euro.
Delivery and shipping costs to countries not listed here are calculated automatically and displayed before sending the order.
Cross-border deliveries may incur additional costs, such as customs duties and other taxes. The additional costs resulting from cross-border deliveries shall be borne by the buyer.
Unless otherwise expressly agreed, the payment is due immediately after conclusion of the contract.
Delivery and shipping
The delivery of the goods is, unless otherwise agreed, after payment or possibly cash on delivery. Reference is made to § 3 of these terms and conditions. The shipment of the goods takes place here only after receipt of the full purchase price and the delivery and shipping costs or possibly cash on delivery.
The delivery will be made to the delivery address specified by the customer and deposited. When paying via PayPal, the delivery will be made to the delivery address specified by the customer at PayPal and deposited.
The buyer has to make sure that the goods can be delivered to him by the assigned transport company. If the goods are returned because the delivery to the buyer is not possible, the buyer has to bear the costs of the unsuccessful delivery. This does not apply if the customer exercises his right of withdrawal by not accepting the goods or if the buyer was only temporarily prevented from accepting the delivery, unless the seller has announced the delivery to the buyer a reasonable time in advance.