In 1899, troublesome teenager Pearl Hart (age 17) left her hometown in Ontario for the Wild West. While in Tucson, Pearl fell in love with a mustachioed shyster named Joe Boot, and together they formed a successful mugging duo. After finding out that her mother had a serious illness and needed money, Pearl set her sights on bigger game and became the first stagecoach robber in Arizona. After getting caught napping by the Sheriff, Pearl was sentenced to 5 years of hard time in an all men's penitentiary - making her not only the first woman to go to prison in Arizona, but the first to get pregnant in prison! She was released afterwards due to the fact that her two cell mates were the former Governor and a Minister. With contrast leathers, an ankle buckled strap, 2.5" Fellowship-hi heel and tunite Bellevue sole, this Mary Jane was sure to get you in and out of trouble. Keep pushing west and beyond your imagination.
*The floral patent Pearl Hart is built partly from a delicate Italian leather that features real dried flowers underneath a thin layer of clear patent. To avoid damaging this material, please treat it with your finest tender love and care.