Cowboy Boots

Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Jack Scorpion, May 17, 2005.

  1. Kind of an offshoot of that black & white thing I can't seem to shake. Plus I like electric blue tall tops.

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  2. Bamaboots

    Bamaboots I'll Lock Up

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    It was pretty easy for me to identify the maker.
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  3. Bamaboots

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    My second favorite pair of yours. I wish they fit me.
     
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  4. They got the lines & they always look good under a brand new pair of blue jeans.
     
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  5. AbbaDatDeHat

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  6. Desert dog

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    Yeah! The blue with red stitching is beautiful!

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  7. Rodney Ammon's.

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  8. Bamaboots

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    Good looking boots with a lots of details going on. I owned a pair of Ammons ringtail lizard triads, once. Last I heard he was working for Nocona.
     
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    I've always been a fan of leather artist Peter Main's collaborations with Dave Wheeler.
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  10. Obviously what the customer wanted but I would like the first pair better if they were green & nicotine or tobacco instead of yellow.
     
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  11. Bamaboots

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    That would make for a much better color combo. Probably a Baylor fan.
     
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  12. George Dombeck

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    Love them, the "singing cowboy" boots are hard to find.
     
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  13. Recoil Rob

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    Here's a question for you....
    Many times while cruising eBay for older boots I see pairs of Tony Lama boots that have heel caps on which you can still read "Tony Lama". I thought this meant the boots were relatively unused but the rest of the boot looks more worn than they should be for original heels. Are "Tony Lama" branded heel caps available to cobblers for replacement on worn boots?
     
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  14. Early Nocona's with Bohlin engraved sterling silver points & spurs.

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  15. Blackadder

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    A couple of Red Wing Pecos
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  16. Good news — the Stallions fit!

    Bad news — the mystery boots do not. Here is a better view of the signature. I’m afraid the maker may be lost to history.

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  17. AbbaDatDeHat

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    R. Bookie Miller??
     
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    BCD86D00-6337-482F-AF76-A205780A3F23.jpeg E0B67E94-A9F7-4B54-9861-27F283C325C5.jpeg Greetings All:
    Today....i finally got Willow in her Bonds.
    Didn’t last long but was funny.
    The blocks beat out the Bonds.
    Be well. Bo and Lo
     
  19. Recoil Rob

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    Although most of you seem to be attracted to more exotic boots, perhaps you might find these of interest. I found them on Ebay and got them for $30 delivered. The are white label Justins, althought the labels are almost worn away, and I contacted their Historical liason who told me they're most likely from the 1950's and the style does strike me as that era. They're fairly plain, it's the stitching pattern that attracted me. They were pretty stiff when I got them, I'm still treating them with Bicks 4 and they are softening up nicely. I treated the soles with Pecards and they came back. Still waiting on some leather touch up from Mohawk for the worn piping.

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  20. George Dombeck

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    Wow, those are very cool!
     

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