A Lucchese Tilly cowboy boot in pearl bone is made of soft goat skin.
Old Gringo's new Bridgette boots feature crocheted floral details.
City Boots in bright pink get you noticed.
Men's Sport Rust Python Barrett is a new selection at Tecovas.
Justin's Punchy Ranker is made of sueded boar.
Bullhead Western men's boot in a tone they call Cowtown brown - new from Ariat.
Custom Turquoise filigree in hand-cut leather from the Vaquero collection at M. L. Leddy's.
Long tall Sally in brown by Double D Ranch.
Rod Patrick custom cognac cayuse roughout boots - a Fort Worth original.
Ah, fall. It is that time of year when Texans ditch their sandals and pull on a comfy pair of cowboy boots. While many folks from other large Texas cities will have at least one pair of cowboy boots on hand for those regular Western events, most self-respecting Fort Worth natives have an ever-growing wardrobe of boots to suit their every mood.
But whether you’re a full-fledged cowboy boot-hoarder or a recent transplant just trying to fit in around Cowtown, here are a few of our favorite new styles of the season. This is Where to Shop For Cowboy Boots In Fort Worth and some ideas on what to get at each store:
140 E. Exchange Avenue, Suite 305
Old Gringo transplanted its headquarters from California to Fort Worth recently. After all, The Fort Worth Stockyards have become ground zero for Western fashions of all kinds. Old Gringo’s signature Bonnie style has added a poignant pop of red floral embroidery to this black leather look.
The Bridgette incorporates suede and distressed leather adding more textural intrigue and a decidedly vintage flair.
Bridgette ― $659
3612 W. Vickery Boulevard
This tall (17 inch) boot is a conversation starter for sure. In bright pink (actually, it’s officially rosebud pink) with pops of yellow flowers, these cowboy boots won’t go unnoticed.
The Lindsey Boot is part of a collaboration between CITY Boots and Dallas’ La Vie Style House. They are named after La Vie co-founder Lindsey McLain.
The Lindsey ― $1650
2341 N. Main Street
Austin-based bootmaker Tecovas planted a store in the Fort Worth Stockyards in 2020. This season, it’s bringing another newcomer for the fellas ― The Barrett in sport rust python. These limited edition earth-toned cowboy boots are in such high demand, that they are limited to two pairs per person.
These boots are crafted from back-cut python with a pointier snip toe. The shaft is handsomely stitched goat leather.
The Barrett in Rust Python ― $445
717 West Vickery Boulevard
The Men’s Punchy Ranker boot in cobalt blue is a new style at Justin Boots. The classically inspired cowboy boot has its upper part hand-finished in sueded boar. The blue color with it graphic stitching in lighting bolts certainly makes a statement of its own.
Even better? The comfy insole is cushioned with memory foam.
Ranker Western Boot – $264.95
Lucchese Boot Maker
128 E. Exchange Avenue, Suite 500
The classic shape of the Tilly is a stunner and it comes in a shade called Pearl Bone. Supple Mad Dog goat leather is striking on its own, but this style adds a diamond stitch accent. It’s a whole lot of Western chic. And it’s handmade in Texas.
Tilly in Pearl Bone ― $645
Ariat Brand Shop
128 E. Exchange Avenue, Suite 600
A men’s style with plenty of pizazz, the Bullhead Western boot has all the comfort you’d expect from an Ariat sole. Its shock shield heel absorbs impact with every step. The Bullhead sports full-grain leather in a color called Cowtown, with a bold yellow vamp finished with blue, gold and white stitching detail.
Bullhead Western ― $249.95
M. L. Leddy’s
2455 N. Main Street
M. L. Leddy’s had held sway in The Stockyards for decades. This store’s always been a go-to for superior craftsmanship, bespoke apparel and custom made leather goods and boots.
Now, this superior pair of Vaquero style boots bring a hand-cut filigree showing turquoise underneath. These cowboy boots have a rich kid leather tone, a beautiful nipped toe and braided detailing around the top and on the pulls.
Turquoise Filigree Vaquero ― $1295
Double D Ranch
128 E. Exchange Avenue, Suite 540
They don’t call these boots the Long Tall Sally for nothing. With its 18-inch shaft, it’s the perfect pair for short skirts, or to tuck your skinny jeans into. You can update the length of your boots this season at Double D Ranch, with supple suede and Western stitching.
Long Tall Sally – $645
Rod Patrick Bootmakers
2900 West 6th Avenue
These custom-made Cognac toned Cayuse Roughout boots are both soft and stylish. Utilizing the reverse side of the leather makes this cayuse suede both strong and durable. The scrollwork on the black leather shaft is luxe — and this pair comes with a horseman heel.
Cognac Cayuse Roughout ― $795
If it’s time to update your own cowboy boot wardrobe, Fort Worth’s boot havens will have you well-heeled.