Cowboy Boots

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

  1. Desert dog

    Desert dog My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Probably shouldn't post after that last beautiful pair! But, this is what this poor man is wearing today. Tony Lama lizards.[​IMG][​IMG]

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  2. Bamaboots

    Bamaboots I'll Lock Up

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    And that's likely as fine a pair of Teju's as a man will see today, or most any day. Don't know about you Dd, but that colorway is one of my favorites in cowboy boots. Little darker/lighter, it works with anything. Somebody was paying attention when those skins were matched.
     
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  3. Desert dog

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    Thanks Bama! I do like the color and the skins are very nicely matched. The round toes and heels are getting a little close to slippers though! They are comfortable and the wife likes them, so I'm happy.

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  4. Bamaboots

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    Understand. Got to have them in the mix. What a lot of boot wearers started with, though I didn't. Have several pair in the rotation though.
     
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  5. Desert dog

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    The pair I remember as my first real cowboy boots were Acme snip toe Golden Angus. I'm the kid on the left, wearing a blue shirt and cowboy boots. Photo taken in my beloved Oklahoma![​IMG]

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  6. Bamaboots

    Bamaboots I'll Lock Up

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    Thanks for that great pic, Dd. No pics but my experience was very similar as my first pair came from J C Penney when I was about the same age. I remember my mom asking me cowboy boots or lace ups? No brainer for me as my favorite uncle wore cowboy boots. Took some heat as a 3rd grader in an industrial town. Got over it. Doubt they did.
     
  7. mikestede

    mikestede New in Town

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    Pablo Jass. Part of my “wall hanger” collection of boots that don’t fit.
     
  8. mikestede

    mikestede New in Town

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    In reference to the kids snip toe Acme’s referenced earlier.
    NOS and tiny.
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  9. Aaronlowe

    Aaronlowe One of the Regulars

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    Boots are cool, and the stereo receiver, rug and hat boxes are awesome.
     
  10. Bamaboots

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    Most unusual stitch pattern from Pablo. Great boots and a good looking hound.
     
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  11. Recoil Rob

    Recoil Rob One of the Regulars

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    Another nice counter from Schwarz....


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  12. Bamaboots

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    I've seen the full pic of those boots. Interesting design. Here's another from Schwarz that's different. I've seen colored welts used before but never beading between the vamp and welt.
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  13. Recoil Rob

    Recoil Rob One of the Regulars

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    Now that's a heel \\\ !
     
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  15. I guess I'm a boot collector if I buy boots that I know don't fit. I was going to bid on these, then decided not to, then panicked at the end and bought them for $41. Justin's Make from 1932.

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    1932 Catalog: (thanks to Nancie Thomas at the Justin Brands Archive Department for these scans)

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  16. AbbaDatDeHat

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    Amazing Bob!
    1932...wow...look new...impressively cool!
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  17. Thanks B!
     
  18. Recoil Rob

    Recoil Rob One of the Regulars

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    Love those Bob! How far off are they?

    I've been trying to stretch one pair that's a half size too small to fit me without much luck, and had to move another that was a half size too large.
     
  19. dh66

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    Nice score Bob!!! Those are truly impressive. And yeah, it definitely makes you a collector. Don't worry, you're in good company.

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  20. Stitching is different from 3506.
     
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