Women leather boots such as designer cowboy boots are by far the sexiest type of footwear a lady can put on her feet.
What is so great about designer cowboy boots?
History has it that designer cowboy boots can be traced back to era of Genghis Khan, who wore distinctive red boots with wooden heels. In 17th and 18th-century England, riding boots had high tops and stacked heels.
Arthur Wellesley, the first Duke of Wellington, defeated Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815 — and gave his name to a calf-length boot with a low heel. The Wellington’s four-piece construction, the same used for modern cowboy boots, made it easy to mass produce. These boots were preferred by soldiers during the U.S. Civil War.
The soldiers mostly took their issued boots home after realizing that if such apparel withstood the onslaughts of war. Thus, it will withstand the daily harshness of life. A few years later, America ushered in the era of the cowboys. Then the rest is history
There’s so many colors of designer cowboy boots but we love white!The cowboys drove cattle from Texas to Kansas from 1865 to 1890. They wore the Wellingtons variation, since the tall tops of the boots protected the legs; the underslung heels kept your feet in the stirrups. Thus, the cowboy boot’s original design elements were suited to the horseback rider, including the rounded or pointed toe that makes it easy to insert the foot into a stirrup and the slick sole that allows the boot to slip free when dismounting.
Early cowboy boots were work boots and were suitably utilitarian in appearance. The the erea of Designer Cowboy Boots began. Actors/actresses found them suitable and with actors such as Gene Autry and Roy Rogers, Hollywood made heroes out of cowboys and fashion icons out of cowboy boots, filmmakers adapted the ideals of the era of the cowboy — the rugged individualism, strength, self-reliance and independence — and popularized the cowboy code of honor as well as the way of dressing.
The leading men playing those roles wore hand-tooled boots with star designs, embossing and inlays that added to the mystique which is considered designer cowboy boots since they are specifically outfitted to its owner.
The famous naked cowboy sporting designer cowboy boots in the snowToday, cowboy boots are once again in the public eye, made fashionable by politicians such as President George W. Bush and Hollywood celebs including Jessica Simpson.
Whereas traditional cowboy boots were made from cowhide, with customization limited mostly to decorative stitching, their modern counterparts are available in a multitude of colors and can be made from exotic skins such as ostrich or stingray. Silver or gold toe tips, hand-worked leather inlays and exotic ornamentation can also be customized into any of the designer cowboy boots.