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Popular old fashion western boots for men - Cool cowboy boots

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Lucchese 1883 men's  Diego Lizard Western Boots - medium toe


Popular old fashion western boots for men can make you feel like an original cowboy. The old west was a fascinating time. Cowboy boots for men are still made with the traditional style and handmade materials. Mens cowboy boots are what stood out men and women's fashion back in the old west. You can find some popular old fashion western boots for a reasonable price as well. There's some popular cowboys boots to buy that won't set you back a few hundred dollars.



For me personally, I always loved watching Clint Eastwood western movies walking around in his cool leather cowboy boots, and the clinging sound that his spurs would make. Guys like Clint Eastwood and John Wayne made western boots for men popular to wear. Cowboy boots were available in stores since the 1880's and have been popular foot wear every since. Popular old fashion western boots for men consist of materials like cowhide leather. Men cowboy boots can also be made from alligator, buffalo, crocodile, Eel, elephant, lizard, ostrich, python, and rattlesnake.


Popular old fashion western boots for men were square toe boots and made from cowhide leather. Cowboy boots in the old west were always custom made. Cowboy boots were created for cattlemen, and required a higher heal for riding on trails. Western boots originated somewhere in Texas, or Kansas after the Civil War. It's not been confirmed where, or who invented cowboy boots.




Sheplers By Old West Smooth Leather Cowboy Boots

 Sheplers By Old West Smooth Leather Cowboy Boots


These cowboy boots are not only cheap, but have that old fashion style to them. They go at a price of about $50. These are popular and old fashion western boots. The western boot consists of genuine leather, long composition outsole, and a traditional medium tone. These are slick, old fashion western boots for men to wear. Its Shelpers top-selling cowboy boot.



Corral Wingtip Cowboy Boots

 Corral Wingtip Cowboy Boots


The Corral Wingtip Cowboy boots are made from handcrafted leather, and they are handcrafted in Leon, Guanajuata, Mexico. Contains a 1 3/4" cowboy heel, and singled stitched welt. These cowboy boots have a heel counter, pull straps, and cutout wingtip. This is a pretty expensive and popular western boot, made with find quality. The price for this boot goes for $169.99.


Old West Cross Inlay Cowboy Boots

 Old West Cross Inlay Cowboy Boots


If you're looking for popular old fashion western boots for men, then the Old Way Cross Inlay might be exactly what you need. This cowboy boot consist of the square toe, which was the accustom style of toe in the old west. This cowboy boot contains a pecan leather cross shaft inlay and pull stray overlay. The cowboy boot has a Stockman heel and double stitched welt. The price will set you back slightly over $100, but its an authentic cowboy boot.

Lucchese 1883 men's Diego Lizard Western Boots - medium toe

Lucchese 1883 men's  Diego Lizard Western Boots - medium toe


These are handcrafted boots that are made from lizard and Diego inlay. The cowboy boot contains a leather heel and sole. Lucchese products are very popular old fashion western boots for men. This boot brings back the traditional western style, and old fashion look. These are not the kind of cowboy boots you'd buy for Halloween. They are pretty expensive, retail prices can go as high as $300.


Tony Lama Heavenly Soft Full Quill Ostrich Cowboy Boots

 Tony Lama Heavenly Soft Full Quill Ostrich Cowboy Boots


These mens cowboy boots are quite pricey, and goes for a retail price around $300. However, these are popular western boots for men. The cowboy boot has a soft cushion comfort insole. The boot is made out of ostrich leather, with a round toe and 1 5/8" cowboy heel and 3/4 welt.

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Comments

May 22, 2010 7:49pm
sound_foundation
Lucchese are amazing boots. I like Nocona boots from the 50s and 60s. You do know some cool cowboy boots!
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