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Interweb Cowboy
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re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Those look miserable. JMO


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greenhead11
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Member since Feb 2012
729 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Ariat heritage crepe

Second. Apparently they quit making these tho. No longer on ariats website. I ordered a pair recently from amazon.
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LSUEnvy
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Member since May 2011
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re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
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I like the keen steel toe boots,


Same here, super comfortable and hold up very well.


IllegalPete
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Front Range
Member since Oct 2017
4905 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Nice thread, I have learned about a few brands that were not really on my radar.

For the last 10 years or so all I have owned are Lucchese boots, probably been through a dozen pairs ranging from the most basic to Caiman belly. I have worn them ~300 days a year, they have all been comfortable and get compliments, but eventually wear down. Even with resoling and daily care they do not last forever in the dry harsh climate.

Most of them have been purchased at the Lucchese outlet so the price is not that bad but I would like to branch out. I'll have to check out some Ariats and those Tecovas.

I can't remember if it was here or somewhere else that this brand crossed my path, anyone ever worn a pair:

Corral boots (some of them look kind of fem/Nashville-ish but a few pairs look alright)
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uway
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re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
I must be in the camp that never put on a correctly sized boot, because they are far from the most comfortable things I’ve ever had on my feet. I mean, think about what you’re saying. How could it be more comfortable than a lighter, more breathable, more supportive shoe?


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AmosMosesAndTwins
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Member since Apr 2010
13711 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
I see Ramblers mentioned a lot, but I much prefer my Ariat Heritage Reinsmans.

I found my Ramblers uncomfortable. My jeans often tinted the tops blue. The toe is unreasonably square (looked like I was walking around on bricks). But biggest reason is the flappy tops of Ramblers are ANNOYING AS frick. Putting my Ramblers on was always a 2-handed deal. With the rigid tops of Heritage, I can kick them off but still work my foot into them with my hands full and the tops are low enough that they’re a quick on/off. My Ramblers always required putting all my shite down (and usually sitting down) to put on with the tops flopping around like spaghetti.

The toe on Heritage is much nicer to boot, pun intended.


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Polar Pop
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re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Ariat Heritage Ropers

When they wear out, buy another pair, repeat process



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MrSmith65
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re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
I've worn them all over the years......this go-round, I've had really good luck with Justin steel toe work boots....


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Stuttgart Tiger
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Branson, MO
Member since Jan 2006
13298 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Wolverine makes the most comfortable pair of Wellingtons I've ever worn. More work boot than cowboy boot but these have some nice design to them.

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AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
60955 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
You don't like Keens?


SportTiger1
New Orleans Saints Fan
Stonewall, LA
Member since Feb 2007
17785 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
I just found out what Keens were like 6 seconds ago, sooo...

imma stick with my adidas


TheBoo
New Orleans Saints Fan
The Bay Area
Member since Aug 2012
1991 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Ariat Sports are my everyday shite kickers. Very comfortable and stable especially if you have a wide foot. On my second pair in 5 years and I'm surprised they are lasting that long considering the crap I put them through.


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AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
60955 posts

re: Everyday "cowboy" boots?
Adidas what? You get them wet?

I've moved on to Chacos. They dry way faster.


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