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July 14, 2014
Vintage Ropers back in the UK
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Bought my first pair of lace up Ropers in Lovington, New Mexico in 1993 while on holiday from the UK - where riding boots are only black or brown and desperately boring. They were red and cost me $95 and completely dazzled me! Wished I had bought 10 pairs as you can\'t get them now.

More than 20 years later, I have just bought a vintage pair from Texas and am waiting for them to be delivered. Can\'t remember what size I had so praying they fit.

Justin - please please please bring back the leather sole lace up.

July 27, 2014
Texas family tradition
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My grandmother went to school with the
Justin brothers in Texas. She was born and raised in and around Nocona. No matter where you live life does come full circle! My mother who is 85 and I both only wear Justin and Nocona boots! You can not compare the feel and the fit! The craftsmanship has not changed according to my mother! The military has moved me around for several years but still Justin boots are indeed a family tradition!

February 14, 2011
Love at first fit
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When I was working at a feed store at sunny St. George Utah. I had the chance to buy my very first pair of Justin boots. I had been looking at the George Strait line for a long time. So I tried on the first pair I grabbed, and it was love at first fit. The boots fit me like a glove, and are one of the most comfortable boots I own. Rain, snow, mud, or heat. They have never let me down. I will always buy Justin boots, for many years to come. God bless you boot makers, you make all the difference.

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