Boots are essential in ranch life, whether for work or play. It’s the same as socks and underwear; we just gotta have ’em. Justin Boots have been around for generations. They have always been known for their work boots that are built to last but they have a large variety to choose from. Justin Boots is known for a number of other reasons but one that is important to so many, is the fact that they offer a generous selection of handcrafted boots; made in the USA y’all.
I really love when a company take the time to show their appreciation to the customers; the same customers who have kept them thriving in this fierce business world. Through their Thank You Campaign, Justin Boots shares with you, some of those hard working Americans, and lets you know just how much they are grateful for your business and loyalty.
It’s been a lot of fun to see how boots have gain popularity with city folks who use them to dress up. It sorta reminds me of that song, “I was country, when country wasn’t cool”, because boots have always been cool to us ranch folks but now we get to see everyone enjoy them as much as we always have.
My particular boot (in the above photo) is a Tan Distressed Vintage Goat Boot. They are perfect for work, and even great for church, which is how I wore them in the photo. While I do have a couple of pairs of boots that are pointy, I prefer a square toe. These boots will go with anything, making them a timeless, classic, trendy must-have. And just in case you love them as much as I do, the style # is L2680. Just a little more about them….
- Handcrafted in the USA
- Leather-covered cushioned insole for comfort
- Tan Distressed Vintage Goat Leather
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