Square Toe, Round Toe or Pointed Toe: The difference

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Laredo Concho Harness Boots
Laredo Concho Harness Boots

With such a wide selection of women’s and men’s cowboy boots, one might feel overwhelmed when it comes to picking the perfect boot to wear. So how do you know which boot is right for you? Do you go with square toe, round toe or pointed toe? As western wear experts, we know all about cowboy boots and have perfected this guide to help you figure out which boot is your style and fit.

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How to Shrink Cowboy Boots

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Men's cowboy boots in a row

You finally have the perfect men’s cowboy boots, your favorite pair that you wear all the time. Except it’s been a while since the last time you wore them and you realize something about them just doesn’t feel quite right and they don’t fit as snug as you’d like them to. Cowboy boots are an investment and getting rid of them just doesn’t seem like the right thing to do. Quality cowboy boots such as Ariat men’s boots and Ariat women’s boots are made of leather, which means that not only are your boots durable, but they are also susceptible to a bit of loosening. Over time, you may find that your leather boots begin to soften and stretch. But where there’s a will, there’s a way to get your boots to fit again. If you don’t know how to shrink cowboy boots, you’re in luck. Our pros share this convenient three-step process to shrink your cowboy boots.

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Forbes Predicts Boost in Nashville Tourism

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Nashville Broadway Street

Nashville has always made its mark in a number of industries from the culinary world to entertainment. Country music and rock n’ roll stars, foodies and chefs, and countless events all pass through Nashville throughout the year. But this year, Nashville expects to grow even more, as Forbes predicates a boost in Nashville tourism due to the highly anticipated Ken Burns Country Music documentary.

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