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About Justin Boots

For authenticity and bona fide Western tradition, slip your feet into a pair of Justin cowboy boots, the ideal blend of comfort, iconic style and expert craftsmanship.

Latest Justin Boots customer reviews
Too Big
Gypsy® L9607 8-Inch Review:
Great looking boots - just too big
L9909 Gypsy® 11-Inch Review:
I love these boots it's like they were made for my feet. Comfortable from the start. I wear them everyday work mud and they keep going. Clean up good. Love these. And the style.
Great Boot and So Cute!
Stampede L2552 12-Inch Review:
Love this boot. It is stylish and comfortable. It does run a size and a half large.

About Justin Boots

The distinctive Western heritage of Justin Boots dates to 1879 in Texas, when founder H.J. Justin turned his skills at shoe repair into the designing and crafting of his own cowboy boots. Evolving over the years into a family business, by 1910 men's Justin Boots were being sold internationally as well as domestically, and in 1918 H.J.'s two sons moved the company to Fort Worth, where headquarters remain today.

With many of their iconic styles handcrafted in the U.S., Justin cowboy boots for men and women—whether worn primarily for work, rodeo competition or enduring fashion—are characterized by their premium materials, expert craftsmanship, and traditional, functional, richly detailed designs. A wide range of lasts and toe shapes ensures that there's a fit for every foot. The finest leathers are backed up by technical performance and comfort features that can include Justin's signature J-Flex Comfort System® foundation, JST® (Justin Stabilization Technology) and innovative Grip-on-Demand™ outsole, engineered for enhanced stirrup traction when the foot is flexed.

Women's and men's Justin Western boots may be offered in a wide range of silhouettes, textures and colors, as well as for various applications, but the one thing that unites them all is the uncompromising quality offered by a company that's been outfitting discerning customers for well over a century.