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Southwestern Style: Boots for Trail or Town


Explore all the Southwest has to offer, from its high-end art galleries to the backcountry trails that beckon explorers. Six boot makers share their top picks for every Southwestern adventure

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Perfect for: A Day of Gallery Hopping

The Liberty Black Chita Miel combines fringe and leopard print for a fun take on the classic ankle bootie. $285,
Add a pop of red to your look with this pair from Rebel With Cause. $229,
Make a style statement in the Passion Ranch Knee Highs from Rockwell Tharp. $438,

Perfect for: A Southwestern Music Festival

Chippewa’s Black Odessa General Utility Service Men’s Boot offers the comfort and durability you need for a day spent pushing to the front of the crowd to catch the headliner. $279.95,
If your tastes are a little more country than rock-and-roll, dress the part in a pair of the luxe-yet-simple Bowies by City Boots. $650,
This goes-with-anything ankle boot from Liberty Black is the perfect addition to your festival wardrobe. $235,

Perfect for: An Afternoon of Trail Riding

Subtle and sophisticated, the Tony Lama Black Conquistador Shoulder Men’s Cowboy Boot can take you from tack room to taproom seamlessly. $199.95,

Stand out in a sea of brown leather cowboy boots with the chic Milam by City Boots. $650,
Effortlessly cool, the Brown Bomber Original Roper by Chippewa features a distressed suede that gives it a perfectly lived-in look and feel. $329.95,

Perfect for: Brunch & Boutique Browsing

Opt for simple suede in a modern, over-the-knee style, like this pair from Rebel With Cause. $389,
A classic black leather boot never goes out of style. Case in point: the Manchester Riding Boot by Rockwell Tharp. $548,
The Red Baja Vaquero women’s cowboy boot by Tony Lama features a striking ruby leather exterior accented by a modern silver stitching design, perfect for taking you from trail to town. $214.95,

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