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Western Boot

Posted on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 in Mens Clothing

Western Boot
Western Boot

Up and coming country stars are different than the country singers of yesteryear. They have a rock and roll style and a swagger that is unique to their generation. These artists know what it takes to make a name for yourself in the industry and are entertainers as well as singer/songwriters. For these new artists Justin Boots are quite a popular choice. The Justin Connection doesn’t stop there. Established artists are also fans of the Boot Maker. This may be the reason that Justin Boots have been the standard for country music for such a long time. When you want to make a fashionable statement but want a boot you know won’t let you down.

Justin Bent Rail: These are a favorite for young artists and especially young, independent artists. This could be the attractive price tag or the crazy, cool looks. Justin came out with these boots a few years ago. The Bent Rail could be considered the more modern style but they give you such a classic cowboy boot look that they are really timeless. The Bent Rails typically come with some light distressing and they already look broken-in and worn. These really are the coolest boots.

Justin AQHA Lifestyle Collection:The AQHA collection gives you a classic cowboy boot. These boots come in ostrich, full quill ostrich, lizard, pretty much any exotic you can think of and usually are more popular with the more sophisticated cowboy. These boots are great because they can be worn with anything and look good, even a suit! But please, no bolo ties! The AQHA collection is a little more expensive than the Bent Rail Collection but are still reasonably priced.

Justin Caiman Cowboy Boots: These are the creme de la creme of cowboy boots. These boots come in Hornback Gator and are absolutely the best looking boots out there. They are the priciest of these Justin Boots but they come in luxurious gator with a classic pointed toe.Only cowboys of discerning taste should check these boots out. They aren’t for everyone but if you can pull these bad boys off, you will know you are a legit cowboy.

If you are interested in seeing what these boots look like check these out, Justin Western Boots

Please only check out these boots if you are real cowboy, Boots by Justin

Are paddock boots good for both english and western?

I ride western, but I wear half chaps, jeans, and sometimes leggings because it’s hot out. I usually just wear my gypsy fat western boots, but should I go buy paddock boots? Everyone at my barn has them that wears chaps. Thanks!

They are perfectly fine for english and western (I use them all the time for both), but cannot be used in western show (unless it is a small local show, and they are hidden by full show chaps).
I love my paddock boots, and wear the everywhere, so the choice is yours. I would reccomend leather, as opposed to synthetic, because I have found that synthetic material gives bad blisters, and does not hold up as well in the long term.
Okay, (=

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