Yeehaw!! Rodeo season is almost here, y’all! Time to grab your best cowboy hat and Wrangler jeans to join in on the fun. As every Texan knows, no rodeo outfit is complete without the perfect pair of boots. But, with so many different brands, toe shapes, materials and color choices, how is anyone able to make a decision? Lucky for you, the Lone Star State is home to iconic brands known for some of the best boots ever made. You truly can’t go wrong with any of these styles. Check out our list of the Best Texas Boots.
Austin – Heritage Boot Co.
Referred to as the “best damn boots on the planet,” Heritage Boot Co. excels at making handmade one-of-a-kind boots that are perfect for everyone. Forbes recently made the statement that they are the best handmade cowboy boots you can buy right now — this company is continuing to make a name for itself in the boot industry.
El Paso – Lucchese
Any true Texan knows Lucchese boots. They’re the official boot sponsor of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders and this iconic brand provides nothing but the best to every customer. Headquartered in El Paso, Lucchese also has a factory outlet store there with exceptional pricing on this upscale brand.
El Paso – Rocketbuster Boots
We consider Rocketbuster Boots the boot maker to the stars (literally, Arnold Schwarzenegger has a pair). They are well-known for their elaborate custom designs and bright colors. If one-of-a-kind is what you want, look no further than good ol’ El Paso.
Fort Worth – Cavender’s
Cavender’s has become the Texas “go to” western store with more than 50 Texas locations but our very favorite in the chain is the Luskey’s/Ryon’s Cavender’s in the Fort Worth Stockyards. The selection is solid and this Cavender’s serves up the best custom boot prices in the state.
San Angelo – M.L. Leddy’s
M.L. Leddy’s is a family-owned and operated prestigious brand known for their expert level of detail and skill put into every custom handmade boot. It is said that a visit to M.L. Leddy’s is like a trip back in time, where old fashioned values are refreshingly new again. The original store is still in San Angelo with the sister store being located in the Stockyards in Ft. Worth.