I got a new pair of Justin Gypsies for Christmas.I gotta say i love them to pieces! They are so comfortable yet very cute,girly and stylish! Much like the Ariat boot, but i like the Justin fit alot better. Gotta love em! I LOVE JUSTIN!
I never was much of a boot wearer until I met my boyfriend. He was a little more country than I was; riding horse and working on a farm. He talked me into a pair of pink women Justin boots. Being a hairstylist and on my feet all day I had my doubts. But he was right they are so comfortable. I can work all day on the hard floor, on my feet and they never get sore. I work in them more now than I do in my tennis shoes. I can’t wait for my birthday so I can’t get him to buy me a new pair in a different color. Thanks Justin for the great boots.
i recentley got justins BR113 model,great casual looken boots,they are a wonderful western looken boot,they will do great going to honkey tonks,but iv always had justin boots since i was a kid,22years later and the justin boots are still running strong for me,weather it be work,or play,and or a night out with the lady,i thank justin for maken great quality boots,that can go the mile, always bringing the country ways of life right down to the boots,to all the country guys and gals,country way of life is the best livin and justin brings it all back to us everyday
recently the company I work for implemented a safety program that included having 6" steel toe work boots. I shopped around the local stores till I found my 4766's at Keith Sattle shop in Johnstown, Ohio. These are the most comfortable footwear I have ever worn, including tennis shoes! My feet are never sore even after working 12+ hour days getting in and out of a semi truck 30+ times a day. Here in the Columbus, Ohio area the summers can get to 100 degrees and the winters can get to 0 and below...wearing these 4766's with my Cowboy Certified socks my feet always stay comfortable. Thanks Justin for a wonderful product. I'm getting my 3rd pair for Christmas 2010.
im from sth alabama and i was out cutting firewood when i missed the piece i was chopping on and hit my foot... when i got to the e.r. i had already lost a pint of blood and 14 stitches later the dr. said if it hadnt been from the craftsmanship and quality of leather of your products i would have chopped it off...!!!! all i was concerned about was i lost a great pair of boots lol!!!! so i highly recommend your product!!!!!
Just have to express my thanks for a great product.
Before leaving the US for my employment in Iraq where “I support the troops by driving convoys”, three years ago I was fortunate enough to get a pair of your steel toe boots. I alternate with some regular steel toe military issue that I have. So I have been wearing yours about every other day. They are still as good as the day I got them. I am so impressed that I would like to purchase a new pair soon. Since the ones that I have were bought from a second hand thrift store. I knew by the name that they would be good and have not been disappointed.
A friend in Arizona mailed my sister a pair of cowboy boots for Christmas in 2005. After seeing her wear them around over the years during our fall and winter seasons, even through the snowiest and iciest days, I thought it was time to invest in a pair. Her boots seemed to last longer than any other boots I've ever owned.
Right now, the current boot styles in New York City are military, slouch, and over-the-knee types, which I don't find very exciting. Needless to say, stores selling cowboy boots are slim pickings around here. The opportunity came when I bought my first pair of Justin Boots (Black London Calf) in a tiny shop in the Chelsea neighborhood. It was love at first sight, or I should say feel! They were the most comfortable pair of boots I have ever tried on. It didn't take a lot to break them in. I loved them so much, I even dressed them up with boot straps (which are very, very hard to find and very, very expensive around here)! Not only were they stylish, they've kept my feet warm in the bitter North Atlantic cold.
So although there aren't any horses in NYC (unless you join a riding academy) and the backyards are tiny to nonexistent (unless you live north of the city), I proudly wear my Justin Boots on my 2 hour commute by bus/train/foot to work. In fact, I just received an early Christmas present: a second pair of Justin Boots (from the Bent Rail collection), and I'm getting them winterized just as I speak.
When I got my first pair of Justin boots I was a young girl and I didn't realize what had just come into my life. When I became a certified farrier at 17 years old I bought a different brand thinking that a boot is a boot. Even though they fit a little less comfortably I was still young enough not to "get it". Those boots were uncomfortable until the day I finally got tired of them and went to find something else to wear. What I found at that time is that you can blindfold me and the moment my foot slides into a Justin boot I know that I've come home. I have never had another type of shoe fit me so perfectly therefore there has never been any other boots since. I tried to have my favorite kangaroo pair resoled once and they destroyed the fit so badly I was never able to wear them again. Needless to say I was heartbroken. Since that time I was delighted to find Roper shoes and my husband (a diabetic with bad feet) and I have worn them for years but now the plain black ones are no longer available. We really can't wear any other color at work - please bring them back!!
I was raised on a working horse and cattle ranch in Kansas, and wore boots from the time I walked. Unfortunately, I started wearing shoes more, and a few yrs ago discovered I had torn tendons in my left foot - from wearing those "toning" shoes that rock back. I spent over $3000 on an Orthopedic Surgeon, custom made orthotic braces, and none of it did the job. After another expensive MRI, the doctor told me I needed something with a strong last, and about an inch to inch and a half heel. Yeah - cowboy boots fit the bill. I got a pair of pebbled leather Justin 8" lace up work boots at Sheplers, and they solved the problem. Now my family practice doctor reccommends them to others with foot problems. She even asked me to take off a boot so she could show it to another patient - when I was in for a visit this week. She is very impressed with how your heavy leather stabilizes the ankle - when it is laced nice and snug.
I LOVE the wonderful way my feet, legs, and lower back feel - all day long!
Getting myself a few more pair too. Need one for church of course. I am a 63 yr old great-grandmother, and it feels real good to be back in the boots I grew up in.
I even named a son after them in 1971.
I am looking for products made in America now, and buying them. Thanks for producing some GREAT boots, and in THIS country! ( How about some dressy lace-ups in a man's size 9D??? I'll just get some "bling" for my work boots and wear them anyway till you do.)
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