A western cowboy boot is photographed on a white background. The boot is made of shiny black leather, with an intricate design tooled into the upper. Western boots are worn by both cowboys and cowgirls.
Cowboy boots are not just for cowboys anymore. Many people from all walks of life enjoy wearing cowboy boots, whether for utilitarian purposes or simply as a fashion statement.
There are four main variations of western cowboy boots: the Wellington, the full Wellington, the packer lace-up, and the Hollywood style, which is the most popular today.
These rows of cowboy boots are all arranged by size. Stores dedicated to western wear provide a wide variety of cowboy boot styles and sizes, and may be able to special order sizes that are not in stock.
A lone black cowboy boot is pictured on a reddish-brown walkway, with a brick wall in the background. The black boot is mid-calf length, and is adorned with a shiny silver spur.
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