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Boots are the most versatile form of footwear; they can be elegant or industrial, couture or all-weather. Boots can be bedazzled with rhinestones on the platform heel or in compliance with rigorous military construction guidelines. Here are a few terms for various kinds of boots:

Wellington Boots: Waterproof boots made either of rubber or PVC, polyvinyl chloride, that stop just short of the knee. They are used as all weather boots and are also worn in a variety of industrial applications for protection.

Western Boots: A type of riding boot favored by cowboys. They typically have a Cuban heel, are mid-calf, have a pointed toe and are made of cowhide or sometimes alligator or buffalo skin leather.

Roper Boots: A style of cowboy boot with a short, squared heel shaped to the sole of the boot, slightly above ankle high and with a rounded or squared toe.

Waders: Water proof vulcanized rubber boots that extend from the sole of the foot all the way up to the chest. They are worn by angle fishermen, hunters of water fowl, municipal water supply workers or anyone regularly submerged in fluid.

Jodhpur Boots: An equestrian ankle boot that traditionally fastened with a strap encircling the ankle, although elastic side jodhpur boots are common today. They have a rounded toe and a low heel.

Moccasin: A soft leather ankle high slipper boot, consisting of one piece of material serving for the sides and sole and stitched together at the top. They are primarily for outdoor use, but Australian sheep shearers wear a felt version because they grip wooden floors well.

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STANDARD LISTINGS:   BOOTS IN/NEAR PENSACOLA
Clarks Outlet Write review for this local business
2601 S McKenzie St, Tanger Outlets Foley, Ste M-11, Foley, AL 36535
(251) 943-3702  
Eastern Shore Shoe Hospital & Boot Store Write review for this local business
602 Us Highway 98 Ste E, Daphne, AL 36526
(251) 621-1583  
Eastern Shore Shoe Hospital Write review for this local business
25251 Us Highway 98, Daphne, AL 36526
(251) 621-1583  
Bonehead Boots Write review for this local business
782 South Blvd, Brewton, AL 36426
(251) 867-4800  
Cole Haan Write review for this local business
10562 Us Highway 98 W Ste 110, Miramar Beach, FL 32550
(850) 654-5754  
Leo's Uniforms & Supply Write review for this local business
3756 Government Blvd, Mobile, AL 36693
(251) 666-7723  
Mobile Shoe Hospital Write review for this local business
5450 Highway 90 W, Mobile, AL 36619
(251) 660-0709  
Horizon Boots LLC Write review for this local business
5931 Highway 90, Theodore, AL 36582
(251) 404-6941  
City Shoe Shop Write review for this local business
3717 Hospital St, Pascagoula, MS 39581
(228) 769-7555  
City Shoe Shop Write review for this local business
338 Highway 90, Gautier, MS 39553
(228) 497-4222  
Vincent's Clothiers Write review for this local business
5154 Main St, Lucedale, MS 39452
(601) 947-7462  
Farmers Supply Co Write review for this local business
49 W Frontage Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452
(601) 947-4500  

When purchasing boots for sale at a retail or specialty store, you might need to know a few questions that can help you determine which types will suit your needs best. The following questions should help you choose a boot style that you will find useful.

  • Do you have waterproof shoes that are designed for hiking in rain and snow?
    Hiking boots can use a variety of materials to prevent moisture from seeping inside. If you plan to use your hiking boots in the rain or snow, then look for options that use leather, rubber, or other waterproof materials to keep your feet dry.

  • Do you ever offer sales on shoes for men and women?
    A pair of well-made cowboy, hiking, hunting, and snow boots can cost quite a bit of money. If a store has sales, though, you might want to wait until prices drop. It could help you save a substantial amount of cash.

  • Does your store have a variety of riding shoes for sale?
    The type of boot that you wear could depend on the style of horseback riding that you prefer. Look for a store that offers a wider range of options for men and women. That way, you can choose one that meets your specific riding needs.

  • Do you offer repair services?
    Over time, boots made for working, hiking, skiing, or horseback riding can start to show their age. Look for a store that offers leatherworking and other repair services to keep your boots in good condition.



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