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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Jack Scorpion, May 17, 2005.
Cowboy Phil's got the goods up there in Knoxville. He's proud of 'em...but he's definitely got 'em.
I thought it was the same place you sent me the IG link to. I’m glad those were sold.
I once routed a trip to New Mexico through El Paso to stop by the Lucchese outlet. Did not disappoint. Got some simple drk grey ropers for $99. Rarely wear them, but I do have my token pair of boots.
Love the puppy; boots are also nice.
It's kind of a grey area whether these Red Wing Pecos are legitimately cowboy boots, but they definitely were a better choice to wear to the river earlier today than any of my other ones.
A little bit of paraphernalia, an OS license plate....
Posting the Stewarts again. Thinking about having them redone.
Kicking this thread back to the top so a new member can find it.
AbbaDatDeHat Those boots are nice and are worth a half sole.
I would do it, Fer shur. Nice boots, like the color & style!
Thanks PC....you are an Officer and a Gentleman!
These Stewarts were a birthday gift in about ‘83 from my now ex-wife. Beautiful horsehide, wore them out. Wore her out too, i guess, but i kept the boots.
Oorah back at you.
Be well. Bowen
Interesting to see what us "frugal" guys use for boot trees, Abba Dabba uses pool noodles.
I take plastic 1 liter seltzer bottles and put them in the freezer upside down with the cap off. When good and cold I turn them over and cap tightly. When they come up to room temp the air inside expands and they are nice and hard, will hold up a boot nicely and still room for air to circulate, especially through the "crowned" bottom.
Yeah, have to get out more...
I found a bunch of cool old photos on the instagram of folks in western duds. This one seemed a good fit for this thread. I put the rest in the vintage western look thread.
Bought 2 pairs of Cowtown Boots lately out of El Paso Tx. Nice boots and good price. 1 pair of python with snip toe and 1 pair of saddle tan full quill ostrich J-Toe. Fast delivery and great boots.
A few other purchases made lately. All mexican made boots.
These are on their way. Pre-1960 anyway (based on when the internal black label started according to Justin's "research department"). 11-1/2D according to the 4(4th letter of the alphabet) 115 (11.5) code.