Every country girl needs a good pair of cowboy boots. It's the one essential item you've got to have in your closet. With the changing seasons and fashions, though, how do you choose?
The smart choice always seems to be to choose either brown or black, because obviously you want them to match with as many outfits as possible. Even though they're beautiful, you might be too cautious to splurge on those super awesome boots with the colorful inlays. What if you don't wear that color as often as you think? Dusty Rocker Boots is here to rescue.
What makes them different is that they have interchangeable inlays. Every pair you buy is like having multiple pairs in one.
You don't have to choose the safe and boring options with these boots; you can change the look by simply changing the inlays. Another great thing is that once you've bought the inlays, they fit in any pair of Dusty Rockers. So when you're ready to buy that second pair, you've already got all the beautiful colors to go with it. We're wondering why no one ever thought of this before.
There are 20 different options of inlay colors, including multiple shades of pink and turquoise. Just think of the possibilities -- you can go with your birthstone, or even your favorite sports team colors. Customers can also mix and match two colors.
This Texas girl is thinking about metallic blue and white for the next Cowboys game. I would also love the orange ones for the next Longhorns matchup.
And guess what -- changing the look is easy. All you have to do is unzip the pocket inside the boot, and replace the inlay with whatever color you want.
Dusty Rocker boots are high quality, too. They are hand-crafted and 100% leather. The boots are available in multiple styles, be it snip toe or square toe.
You can find them at dozens of locations across the Lone Star State or order them directly from Dusty Rocker website. And if that wasn't enough, the founder of Dusty Rocker's husband also launched his own boot line, Broken T, a line of high-quality cowboy boots with unique styles and a great rendition of the classic french toe, also available on the Dusty Rocker website.