|Grapes of Wrath|
Get boot trees for all your boots so they keep their shape.
Even though I am not in Texas, I am next door in Louisiana. My oldest pair is from about 1983 and have had the soles replaced a few times. Still a good boot and comfortable. Also have a custom made pair of alligator and a pair of Lucchese.
All are as comfortable as tennis shoes. I hope that they grow on you.
|Drill Here, Drill Now|
Ego is the anesthesia that deadens the pain of stupidity
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Wife rides horses/foxhunts...all-around equestrian.
We recently bought “me” a horse—-13 yr old, 14h quarter horse...who is a backup horse to my wife’s thoroughbred.
I picked up some Rocky steel-toed, western work boot (square toe)...very comfortable
I need synthetic, non-skid soles for work and motorcycling.
I've had to swallow my * No Commie Chinese* and purchase Ariats for several years.
They're actually not so bad.
|Too soon old, |
too late smart
Years ago, I bought a pair of Justin elephant skin ropers for $200. I did says years ago didn’t I? They have been resoled several times. Anyone who is willing to pay today’s prices for elephant skin, had better be very sure they fit correctly BEFORE leaving the store. Mine are flexible and comfortable, but they haven’t stretched much if any. A boot jack is still needed to remove them.
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