The first pair of cowboy boots lacked in fashion and style, it didn't come in 7 different colors and toe profiles. Cowboy boots were designed as a tool for the Cowboys of the Old West to protect their legs from rubbing on wooden stir ups, stickers, and snakes. The heel was developed as a safety tool to keep the Cowboys foot from sliding completely through the stirrup if getting thrown from a horse; also it was used to dig into the dirt when dragging an animal. The toe was made to more of a point to get in and out of the stirrup easier. However, over 150 year time a lot can change....
Renegade Western's goal is to bring the working cowboy a boot that provides all the safety and purpose of the one described above but with a little more personality. Now boots come in overwhelming choices of colors with different boot shaft heights and different stitch patterns. Also, you can decide how much heel you want on your cowboy boot based on your western lifestyle. One of the most common evolving style of the boot is the toe, it comes round, pointed, square, and snip. As the years go by the most popular toe style changes, but if one thing has stayed the same over the years it is that cowboys don't follow the fashion.
Most Cowgirls on the other hand would love a boot that has all need features and functions with a little flare of fashion. Some boot companies know for that would be, Corral Boots, Ariat, Lucchese, Justin, Tony Lama, and Twisted X to name a few. When it comes to picking the right boot there is much to consider; function is the most important, the color, stitch pattern, heel and shaft height, and then probably toe profile. Renegade carries a variety of selections in all areas.
Monthly we go over our aging inventory and clearance styles that have been around too long to bring in the latest styles. So check back regularly to see if we have anything new that will closer fit your style. Also, keep a close eye on our Western Outlet Page for new boot hitting clearance, you might just find yourself a steal.