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About Durango

Old West meets New World in Durango boots, which infuse traditional Western cowboy boots, biker boots, work boots and more with a modern vibe and a rock-and-roll soul.

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Latest Durango customer reviews
Western 10-Inch Harness Review:
I bought my usual size of 6 1/2, but had to return them and get a 6.
I love westren boots! Love the look of these.
Crush 12" Faded Glory Review:
I particularly love western boots, but I love almost all shoes.
Hee Haw!!!
Gambler 7-Inch Down Low Review:
My 99 year old granddad just loves his new boots. He's feeling very stylish!!
is that picture the old boot?
Farm and Ranch 12-Inch Pull-On Review:
I ordered this boot because I've had them before and liked them. The boot delivered to me has a lower heel and the sole treads are different. Hopefully they fit and feel the same as the old ones.
Recieved my order quickly. Exaactly what I ordere
Gambler 7-Inch Down Low Review:
Good quality. Received quickly. Would order again.

About Durango

Since 1966, the Nelsonville, Ohio-based Durango Boots company has been a go-to source for high-quality, classic Western boots. Traditional cowboy boots—with a rock-and-roll soul—may have been their original stock-in-trade, but Durango has expanded their range to include rugged farm and ranch work boots, rough-and-tumble biker boots and men's and women's Durango boots designed to look as at home on city boulevards as they do on country lanes.

To quote a company motto, "Durango is not a boot, it's an attitude." Whether you're looking for Western fashion boots with feminine flair, Western work boots with ASTM-rated safety features, or harness boots to bolster your tough reputation, Durango has got a boot to fill your needs. High-quality materials and durable construction ensure good value; timeless style and lasting comfort mean you can enjoy your men's or women's Durango boots season after season—after all, what leather cowboy boot doesn't look better after it's been well-loved and broken in?

Your first rodeo or your fiftieth, slip into a pair of Durango boots and have a little good old-fashioned "Outlaw Fun."