Hi. I am Dustin Williams here on behalf of
Expert Village here at A.A Callisters. And today I’m here to talk about what you, boots
you use for what. You might ask yourself well you know I got a boot and I wanna use it for
you know going out and doing some rodeo. So we got some thing like this here. This is
Olathie. A really nice boot. They are handmade. This one here defined as a, basically defined
as a working boot. But mainly for horses in rodeo but mainly for horses and rodeo. Because
of the riding heal this spur lip up here here and the rawhide heal. Makes ideal for rodeo.
Well if you’re going out for a night on the town you’re gonna need something like this
dress boot right here which we have seen before. This here is a Lou Casey. It’s got a nice,
it’s a fifties style. With a nice vintage wing tip on the scab on the toe. It’s made
of buffallo and the wing tip is lizard skin. Now that’s for a nice dress boot. Keeping
it nice. Now if you are out working, welding all that good stuff. We got a work boot here.
Now this is Justin. Justin makes quite a, a wide varity of work boots. Some of the best
on the market. Basically they will be simple but have a nicer dress or tread. Some will
also come in steel toe. Now if you want just like an everyday boot, looking nice but casual.
We have something here it. Here’s the best for that. We have cas boots such as this.
This is a nice seventies style square toe. Really nice. Now they are really low and simple
because obviously you don’t have to polish them. Which is nice. Making them a nice casual
boot. We also have for other styles. We have basically you got your roper. Once again you
will see that they are an oiled boot because casual boots usually are low maintance. As
we move on we got other styles of casual boots. Some are a little more dressier than others.
We got some like these ones here. Casual yet dressy. You can wear these with a suit or
just with a pair of jeans which is real nice. And those are just some a few select styles