Toes, welts, shanks, uppers, stays, and insteps—the anatomy maketh the boot, and each boot is different. In these guides, we’ll help you understand how boots are made which will make it more likely that you’ll find a quality pair that will last.
Where did the spurs come from? And how do they work? This in-depth post will teach you everything you need to know about this amazing riding tool.
In this guide, we dive into the many types of boot heels used today so you’ll know exactly what any pair of boots you’re considering will be useful for.
In this post, you’ll learn all about cordovan leather: where it’s from, how it’s made, and what sets it apart (and above) other types of leather.
In this guide, I will try to break down Blake stitch, Stitchdown, and Goodyear welt boot construction as clearly as possible with their pros & cons.
Read this guide to learn exactly what aniline leather is, what it’s great for, where its flaws lie, and whether it’s the right material for your boots.
Confused about navigating boot-related terms? Here you can learn every part of the boot anatomy to find exactly the shape and style you’re looking for.
Read this this article to find out all about Goodyear welted construction. By the end, you’ll know if this type of footwear is right for your style and wallet.
In this guide, I’m breaking down exactly what a boot shank is, what it does, and the downsides of steel shanks compared to a different material.
There’s no more important part of a boot than its sole. So here’s a list of the boot soles you should know about to pick the one that’s fit for purpose.
EVA has been used on sneakers for decades, but can it benefit boots? In this guide, you’ll learn what EVA foam is and whether you should avoid it.
Going to hug a penguin? Well you might want one of these boots. These are the warmest boots on the planet.
If you need safety boots and can’t decide between steel toe and comp toe, this guide gives pros and cons to help with your decision-making.