western boots

Western boots date back to 1860 during the cattle drive era of the United States. Fashion magazines of the time show these cowboy boots with pointed toe, top stitching and cut-outs of geometric natural shapes with an under slung heel. This boot style was made popular by boot makers in the cattle ranching areas of Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. Western boots companies have been in business since the 19th century and manufacturing is a highly guarded trade secret. They can be made with different materials such as alligator skin, snake skin, however most popular styles are made of soft leather or hard leather. They look fantastic with jeans and a buttoned down shirt, a dress or a mini skirt.

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