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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

It is almost that time of year again. The sun beating down on you. Suntans. Days at the beach. Picnics in the park. Walking your dog at sunset. Sipping lemonade on the patio. Fun festivals in the evening.

When you go to a festival you usually see all of the carnival rides. The carneys’ yelling at you to play their game and win a prize. The smell of popcorn lingering in the warm air. You may eat a corndog for dinner. You and your significant other and/or all of your friends grab a beer and head on into the beer tent to listen to the country band playing.

You have on your men’s cowboy boots that are comfortable and look fantastic when you are dancing to the beat of the music. On this particular evening you chose to wear your Los Altos Copper Caiman Tail J-Toe Cowboy Boots. Your significant other has her cowgirl boots on as well. She has on her new sexy Los Altos Ladies' Copper Caiman High Top Boots w/Zipper.

You and your significant other know that beer, soda and wine will be spilled in the beer tent so both of you treated your comfortable western boots with Bick 4 leather conditioner. You only use the best leather care product on both of your boots. Bick 4 will condition, clean, polish your boots as well as repel water and stains. Only the best will do to keep both of your western boots looking brand new.

If you have any questions, please visit Tim’s Boots online website or call 1-800-771-4214. We would be very happy to help you in any way we can with your western boots. If you want to order any of our shoes/boots or design them yourself, you can order your western boots and western shoes over the phone or online.

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Anonymous Jesse said...

Summer festivals are the bomb! My wife and I go to them all of the time in WI. Our kids are becoming festival lovers, too.

We all wear our western boots!

May 4, 2011 at 10:41 PM  
Anonymous Tina said...

Bick 4 works so well. I highly recommend it.

May 5, 2011 at 7:11 PM  
Anonymous Hedda said...

Great idea to wear cowboy boots during festivals.

October 12, 2011 at 7:22 AM  

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