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Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Not everyone wants to wear boots made of crocodile, lizard, or alligator. That's why offers a wide selection of boots made of other materials. For example, ostrich boots. 

Ostrich eggs, as well as the birds themselves, are often used for food. So many people who prefer to wear leather boots made from ostrich leather feel that they are simply wearing what is not being eaten, rather than wearing leather from an animal that may or may not have been used for food. Some people simply don't feel right wearing leather from an animal like a crocodile or alligator, and this gives them the option of leather without the guilt they would otherwise feel. 

These boots are smooth ostrich ropers made by Black Jack. Smooth ostrich leather is very soft but also very hardy. These boots are comfortable, but they are also very sharp looking and will go great with any wardrobe. 

You can order these boots in sizes 5 to 16, including half sizes, and they are available for both men and women. You can choose from A to EEE in width, so there is sure to be a boot that will fit your foot. There is a variety of colors that you can choose from. You can choose a different color for the shaft if you want to, such as black cherry or even bone. You can choose from 3 different styles for the toe and 2 for the heel. You have the option of ordering the boot care kit when you order these boots - you'll save $10 on the kit if you do - and sole savers. You also can choose to get toe medallions if you want. 

For answers to all your questions and help in choosing the right colors for you, simply give the folks at a call at 1-800-771-4214.



Anonymous Melissa said...

These look like great boots! They look very soft and comfortable.

October 14, 2010 at 2:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Didn't know you could make boots out of ostrich!

October 14, 2010 at 2:05 PM  
Blogger said...

These smooth ostrich boots come from leather made from the belly of the bird. The pin ostrich comes from the back and there is even leather made from the legs. Check them out on the site.

October 14, 2010 at 6:40 PM  

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