How to Pick a Pair of Cowboy Boots : Choosing Rodeo Cowboy Boots

How to Pick a Pair of Cowboy Boots : Choosing Rodeo Cowboy Boots


Hi. I am Dustin here on behalf of Expert Village.com.
And here I’m at Callisters and today I’m gonna talk a little bit about rodeo boots. Now let’s
face it. Us rodeo guys, we like to have a little bit of flare in our lives. Like to
have a little bit of fashion and not to mention function. Most rodeo boots you see are this
style. Where they have a huge, huge heal. One is for basically its for, it’s for style
but it has a function also. It’s great for spurs. When you have, if you have ever seen
saddle blanc or bareback riding. They’ve got to hold, they’ve got the big old huge spurs
to hold on with them, on them horses. They also have a rawhide heal which is made for,
for keeping for a little more added more wear with spurs moving around and, and also for
acidic environments such as rodeo arena. They have a, they have a taller top. Some cowboys
like to tuck their pants in. Tie them up. So they can keep them on. So their boots don’t
pull off. Now, these ones are a little bit different than other types, than other styles
then let’s say a work boot because basically a work boot is sheer function. It’s not made
for fashion or style. It’s made for work. So it’s not gonna be as flashy. Or we have,
there also made from a little bit tougher leather other than dress boots because they’re
out there working every day in them. And those are just a few points that we have a own rodeo
work. Just like these Olathie boots.

5 thoughts on “How to Pick a Pair of Cowboy Boots : Choosing Rodeo Cowboy Boots

  1. olathe makes the best boots, i use olathe boots for bull riding and they hold up very well. i would wear nothing but olathe boots.

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