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Profile of Bootmakers Ed and Thea Disney


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 4

They say if the boot fits, then wear it. But what makes a cowboy boot so comfortable, or uncomfortable as the case may be? Bootmakes Ed and Thea Disney take us through the parts of the cowboy boot and the manufacturing process. Custom boots may be more expensive at first, but their tailored fit and superior craftsmanship ensure that these boots spend more time on your feet and less in the closet.

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