Men's Cowboy Boots
Bring statement style to any look with a pair of men's cowboy boots. Choose from a range of styles, leg lengths and designs to pick a pair that suits you. For long-lasting style to see you through all occasions, opt for a pair of genuine leather cowboy boots.
How to Wear
Inspired by American fashion, cowboy boots are a statement accessory to finish your look. Plain cowboy boots are very rare and uncommon, as most usually have a fun or unique flair to them such as a variety of colours and stitching. Their tapered toes make them a distinctive alternative to dress shoes, if you wear them under trousers.
They usually have a chunky heel, which can also make you look taller. Choose a style that feels best for you, whether it is a longer or shorter leg, a Cuban-style or round heel, you need to feel confident and comfortable.
Try to pair them with a plainer or more subtle look, the boots should be the statement of the outfit and pairing them with any other Western associated items or anything too vibrant may detract from them and create an overdone look.
Pair yours with a plain white shirt and dark boot cut jeans, never tuck your trousers into your boots. They can also be worn with dress trousers or casual suits as long as the leg is wide enough to fit comfortably over boots.
Due to the wide leg design, most men's cowboy boots have a slip on design, which makes the boots comfortable with a loose fit. Slip on boots are easy to pull on and have smoother sides. They are also cooler to wear in the winter.
Traditional cowboy boots have a pull on fit with wider ankles, although more modern boots often have a zip or lace up fastening. Choose a zip or lace fastening for a tighter and more sturdy fit with no slip. A lot of people find zipped boots easier to pull on and off.
Genuine leather is always the best option for a durable pair of boots that will see long-lasting wear. Over time, leather will stretch and mould to your feet, giving them a personal comfort and the material is much more breathable than faux leather. Leather is easy to keep clean and any scuffs that get accumulated over time can be buffed out with a decent polish.
For trying out trends or collecting pairs that will not get as much wear, it is more affordable to buy fake leather, which has the same appearance as genuine leather but without some of the more hard-wearing qualities.