Corral Handmade Boots
Made in Leon,
the heart of boot making
country, in all of America.
Boot Company has become better and better at unique
boot styling. They have gone from following boot
trends, to making them. Their forte is in designing
inlays, overlays, handtooling, and cutaways that
give the look of much more expensive boots at
pricing that an average citizen can handle.
Corral Men's Western Boots have particular peculiarities
that discriminating tastes can easily
These boots can be essential to your
wardrobe...definitely designed for customers
with modern discriminating tastes.
have used a consistent lasting systems for many years. If you have worn
handmade boots before, get your
usual sizing. If not, call Cultured Cowboy and we'll
walk you through the sizing process, but generally,
go 1/2 size smaller than most dress shoe sizes.
dictates a lot of handmade toes this season.
The boots are made to allow for this. The more
pointed the toe, the more the tip extends past your
foot. You do not wear boots with all your toes
crossed or cramped!
Your handmade boot should feel like a comfortable handshake
on the front of your foot. Boots slip on your heels.
They are designed to! They will not rub blisters as
they do, because they are designed with a heel
counter that allows slippage. The slipping pumps air
around your feet for more comfort. The top,
including the instep area, will keep a well made ladies boot
on your foot while you run around town. (I know
Momma told you never to get a shoe that slipped.
That's because in a shoe, the top of the heel must
cup your cuneiform bone. Western boots, with their
special design, and taller top, developed over centuries, are made more
forgiving & more comfy than department store shoes!)
We recommend a
good Thorlo sock to go with your boots. Thorlo socks
are engineered for feet in boots. (Everything from
sweat dissipation to padding in the right places.)
And always use cleaners and conditioners to make
your boot leather last a long time. And remember,
with a buckaroo boot, you want to have your boot
repair shop replace the heel pad as soon as it wears
thin. This keeps the boot from wearing into the heel
block, and thus breaking over at the heel