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Double-H Boots

Listed under Original Gifts in US East Coast, United States.

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If you bought your western-style boots from an ‘alternative’ shop just off the high street and they don't feel quite as mean as the real thing, take a leaf out of Lynrd Skynrd's book and acquire some Double-H boots from Pennsylvania. The good variety of traditional and contemporary styles available are endowed with delightfully butch names such as the 'Roper', the 'Buckaroo' and the 'Ranch Wellington', and aside from looking the part, they are also constructed with orthopaedic footbeds, moisture management systems and durable, technology-packed all-weather materials, which undoubtedly prove invaluable to real cowboys.

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Written by  larapiegeler.

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