It’s funny really. People assume that I’m a cowgirl because my husband is a cowboy but I assure you that’s not the case at all. However, I do wear boots to lots of places but not the fancy, dressy boots…I wear boots that are comfortable. So, since I’m asked on many occasions what kind of boots I wear, I thought I’d share a picture of them with you, along with my husband’s boots.
Mine are Laredo…I don’t normally like Laredo but these felt good on the feet at the time I bought them. If I could recommend a boot, it would be Ariat. They are THE most comfortable, durable boot ever. When I worked at Dandy’s Western Wear, I was quite the salesWOman…in fact, a man who only wore Tony Lama his whole life, switched to the pair of Ariats I showed him. I MADE him try them on and he instantly fell in love. He even went back a few months later to say hey and let me know he loved the boots.
Anyways, here are my boots…..
And here are my man’s cowboy boots. He doesn’t wear store bought cowboy boots…he gets them handmade like most real cowboys. They were made by Henry Jennings out of Stinnet, TX. I like the green but my favorite pair he had were a pair of yellow tops when we first met. I loved those boots. It’s about time for a new pair of boots as you can see. A GOOD pair of handmade cowboy boots cost on average, about $550.