3. SIX OR MORE PAIRS. There’s no such thing as too many pairs of Western boots, and I’m proof!
I believe I fall into "collector" category. My oldest boots were bought in 1967. They are still soft and fit like a glove!
Justins - everything from ropers to pointed toes and high heels. (11 pairs)
Nocona - 6 pairs - dancing shoes, show boots, boots to wear with skirts.
Olson Stelzers - 4 pairs... high tops wild colors, and custom fits! Antiques (almost from the 1960's - best fitting boots I ever owned!!!!!!) resoled several times, and as good as new!
Tony Lama's - 4 pairs thick soles for work and walk.
White's - lace up packers, 2 pairs! worth their weight in gold
Ariats - great for having to walk very far. Good laceups, but they don't last as long as the boots above (probably because I do walk more in them, and eventually wear them out across the top of the balls of my feet.
no name brands (sale buys for extras around the ranch) 7 pair. (donated these and three pairs of justins to local kids over Christmas!)