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Gorilla Ball
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Gonzales, LA.
Member since Feb 2006
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re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Ariat


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speckledawg
Mississippi St. Fan
Somewhere Salty
Member since Nov 2016
1592 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Nah. I've got some somewhat "roach killers", but prefer the ropers.


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speckledawg
Mississippi St. Fan
Somewhere Salty
Member since Nov 2016
1592 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
You just like to be a contrarian, don't you?


Glock17
Chicago Cubs Fan
Member since Oct 2007
18411 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Got a pair of these a couple months ago... super comfortable once I broke them in

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HouseofWaffles
Auburn Fan
Member since Nov 2014
3157 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Because they look better when they tuck their Wranglers into them, baw.


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AlxTgr
LSU Fan
Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
60955 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Nope. Just don't get boots.


GoHoGsGo06
Stanford Fan
Member since Nov 2006
5004 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Another vote for Ariat Heritage Ropers from me. Very comfortable. No square toe. Great all-around boot. Can work in them and then go out for dinner.
This post was edited on 12/6 at 9:56 am


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tigerinthebueche
LSU Fan
Erwinville, LA.
Member since Oct 2010
19073 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
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riding heel


You talking about ropers with a lower heel than on traditional boots?


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Junky
Louisiana Tech Fan
Louisiana
Member since Oct 2005
4645 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
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All right to start off I know I am going to catch hell for this opinion because it is definitely not the norm on here. Why would anyone want to wear cowboy boots everyday?


My take:

Some of us have jobs that are outside, dusty/mud/wet, you name it. These jobs also include meetings inside. There aren't a lot of options on good looking shoes that can take the wide variety without changing shoes two-three times a day that are comfortable, hold up well, and can wear winter or summer. I have one of those jobs - my boots are 3 years old still going strong. My previous boots are still around, 10 yrs old and still wear them from time to time.


beenHADdat
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Port Allen, LA
Member since Sep 2011
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re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
I have a few pairs of ariats that i will sell for about half the price of what they sell for in the stores. But they are steel toe. Let me know if you're interested.


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Grebe
Member since Jan 2015
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re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
I have been wearing Tecovas for the last six months or so. I got the roper version, calf, in the "bourbon" color. Easy to wear, not too Western-looking, and affordable. I recommend them.


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Decisions
LSU Fan
Member since Mar 2015
683 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
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Ariats are made by chinamen. I've had a pair of Red Wing Pecos for going on 7 years. They're the most comfortable thing I've ever put on my feet to date also. They American made, by American products, and you can send them back to be resoled by Red Wing cobblers for only 100 bucks. Increase your budget and get some Red Wings.


I used to wear Ariats on the farm. They’re a good boot, very comfortable, they just couldn’t hold up. One year of work and they’d be falling apart on me. Eventually I swapped to Red Wing Pecos because of this and I usually get two years out of them. They also fit just as well and break in to be very comfortable.


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slinger1317
Houston Astros Fan
Louisiana
Member since Sep 2005
3124 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Tecovas


ducksnbass
LSU Fan
Member since Apr 2014
384 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
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Square toe boots have been around for a decade or so just based on my memory


Yeah, they've been around much longer than that.



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Stuttgart Tiger
LSU Fan
Branson, MO
Member since Jan 2006
13298 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
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I can't believe these boots are still a thing.


"Leather boots are still in style for manly footwear" - Merle Haggard.


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tigerinthebueche
LSU Fan
Erwinville, LA.
Member since Oct 2010
19073 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
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Tecovas


I've heard a lot of praise for these boots.


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PillageUrVillage
LSU Fan
Mordor
Member since Mar 2011
8301 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
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Why would anyone want to wear cowboy boots everyday?


I wear steel toes every day at work. But I'm with you here. I kick them damn things off as soon as possible.

ETA: My steel toes are Ariat Workhogs
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LSULEFTY
LSU Fan
Youngsville, LA
Member since Dec 2007
18853 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
I'm no redneck, but I've grown to appreciate western boots over the past couple of years. That said I only own Square Toe's, one of which is a Steel Toe for work. I would look absolutely ridiculous with the pointy or snip toe. I couldn't pull it off. I am looking to upgrade to a Smooth Quill Ostrich Boot.


AlxTgr
LSU Fan
Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
60955 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
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That said I only own Square Toe's, one of which is a Steel Toe for work. I would look absolutely ridiculous with the pointy or snip toe.
Right. Plus, you never know when you might get called upon to kick a field goal.


White Bear
USA Fan
NWLA
Member since Jul 2014
3989 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
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Good grief the number of red necks up in here. I can't believe these boots are still a thing. Why do you people continue to wear these horrible things?
I wear redwings. You seem like the penny loafer type.


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