Gents, I think there’s a problem.
Is it just me, or does it seem that every time you search for an honest opinion on a pair of boots, you’re met with a bombardment of ads instead?
You’ve noticed that, too?
Truth be told, it’s getting harder to tell what’s real and what’s just another clever marketing scheme.
So that’s why I created BootSpy.
I’m here to take the mystery out of shopping for boots. I don’t simply throw opinions out: I dive into the gritty details so you know what you’re paying for, and whether or not it’s worth it.
I’ll give you the facts the best I can. And, with years of experience writing in the men’s fashion industry and dozens and dozens of boot reviews, I’ve seen a broad enough range of boots to stack them up against each other fairly.
Welcome to BootSpy. We help men put their best foot forward.
Until next time, put your best boot forward.
William put on a pair of army boots when he was seven and barely even took them off to sleep. He had to give them up at nine when they were three sizes too small, but his love of boots is just as strong as ever today. Reach out to him for your own personalized boot recommendation at email@example.com or say what’s up on our Instagram or YouTube channel.
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