WHAT A MAN NEEDS Vintage 1990 Nocona American-made black leather western cowboy boots. Made back in the day when cars and boots were made in the USA and jobs were forever. Boots so handsome you may wolf-whistle at em yourself. “Die with your boots on” kind of soft, supple and foot-happy. Immaculate inside. Stitched leather soles in superb condition. Three things a man needs. A good dog, a bad woman, and a fine pair of boots. The dog and the woman are up to you …
IF THE DEVIL WENT DOWN TO GEORGIA, HE’D WEAR THESE BOOTS “The devil went down to Georgia/He was lookin’ for a soul to steal/ He was in a bind/’Cause he was way behind/ And he was willin’ to make a deal”- Charlie Daniels Band Justin black leather western cowboy boots with six row red and white stitching. Handcrafted in the USA back in the day. Not much wear. Leather so soft they may ruin you for any other boots. Immaculate inside. Stitched leather soles in good condition. Perfect for a my way or the highway kind of guy. Rock on.
GIVING WORKAHOLICS A GOOD NAME Laredo brown cowboy western work boots with stitched chemical and oil resistant soles Nice used condition. Couple small scuffs. Stitched chemical and oil resistant soles in good condition. Boots with an old fashioned work ethic – work, work, work. Tougher, cooler and better looking than you Deal with it.
SWAGGER DOWN MEMORY LANE Cool pair of vintage Acme brown leather-lined buckaroo cowboy western boots made back in the day in the USA Good condition. A couple toe scuffs and some driver’s heel. Soles in good condition with a little stubborn dirt. Enough outlaw charisma to make a grown man weep for joy. Boots like these will remind who you used to be, before wives, kids, bills and 9 to 5. Give our regards to your former self. We think you’ll be seeing a lot of him.
IF THE DEVIL WENT DOWN TO GEORGIA, HE’D WEAR THESE BOOTS “The devil went down to Georgia/He was lookin’ for a soul to steal/ He was in a bind/’Cause he was way behind/ And he was willin’ to make a deal”- Charlie Daniels Band Bodacious vintage USA-made Nocona wicked black leather cowboy western boots with pointy toes, double row pegged leather soles and nailed heel caps. Pronounced steel shank for added arch support. 2 1/2″ underslung stacked heels guaranteed to put the strut back in your saunter. Doesn’t get much closer to perfect than these. Boots so good lookin you may be tempted to wolf whistle at em yourself. Leather so soft they may ruin you for any other boots. Immaculate inside and out. Pegged leather soles and nailed heel caps in great condition. Some of the wicked coolest boots we’ve seen in years. Perfect for a my way or the highway kind of guy. Rock on.
ROCK THESE BOOTS Vintage Larry Mahan dove gray leather cowboy western boots with burgundy inlays, flame wingtips and heels and boot pull overlays. Made in El Paso Texas, coveted worldwide. Pretty much perfect. Very little wear. These boots were pampered and adored, and it shows. Dance-all-night-soft leather will have your feet singing Hallelujah. Immaculate inside and out. Double row pegged leather soles in terrific condition Boots with the sass and strut built right in. Perfect for a grrl like you. If you met these boots on an online dating service, you’d be engaged within a week. Love at first sight. They may inspire you to do many things. Give your ex-‘s new girlfriend something to worry about. Prowl through flea markets for boho swag. Adopt a dog from the animal shelter. Follow your heart, and break some along the way.
HOW THE WEST WAS WON. AND HEARTS WERE LOST Vintage 1980s Zodiac black leather cowboy western boots with handpainted Native American icons – cactus, buffalo, bareback riders on horses – and big feathers on the back of the boots. The leather is so soft that its seems closer to a deerskin than a calfskin. Cloth multicolor paisley lining and saddle stitched tops. Not much wear to these one of a kind sassy kicks. Dance-all-night-soft leather will have your feet singing Hallelujah. Stitched leather soles in terrific condition. Cloth lining has a little bit of shedding, but if you wipe it down with a damp cloth and then shake in a little baby powder, it shouldn’t be too noticeable. And for boots this amazing, well worth it. Too many chiefs and not enough Indians in your life? Seems like you need a pair of boots that will speak for themselves.