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Allens Boots Center Announces Lone Star Sponsorship of 2017 Texas Black Tie & Boots Presidential Inaugural Ball

Allens Boots Center Announces Lone Star Sponsorship of 2017 Texas Black Tie & Boots Presidential Inaugural Ball

May 22, 2017

Lucchese at Allens Boots | Austin, Texas AUSTIN, TX (Dec. 1, 2016) – Allens Boots Center, Inc. has today announced its Lone Star Sponsorship of the Texas State Society of Washington D.C.’s 2017 Texas Black Tie and Boots Presidential Inaugural Ball. The iconic boot retailer has teamed up with Lucchese Bootmaker and Stetson Hatco to officially outfit Washington D.C. in true Texas fashion.  With a combined Texas lineage of 325 years, there is no better representation of Texas style than a pair of Lucchese Boots and a Stetson hat. Allens Boots, is honored to sell the 2017 commemorative cowboy boots and hats at...

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The Perfect Distressed Cowgirl Boot

The Perfect Distressed Cowgirl Boot

May 22, 2017

Lucchese is a brand synonymous with “classic cowboy boot” style. And while we have a wide selection of women’s Lucchese boots, the M4951 is one of our favorites! This high heel cowgirl boot has that beat-to-hell elegance we all look for in the perfect pair of boots. They look worn-in from day one! A distressed floral leather and stonewashed sole give this boot a vintage vibe. Made with the distinct craftsmanship at Lucchese, these ultra feminine cowgirl boot will go with anything! Sundresses- check. Shorts and a tank in the dead of summer? Yep, that too. This light floral print...

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Brand Spotlight: Lucchese Boot Company

Brand Spotlight: Lucchese Boot Company

May 17, 2017

Styles from left: L4755 | L1377 Few brands carry as much rich history as the Lucchese brand. A model of the American dream coming to fruition, this company started as a small family affair and has grown to be an internationally-known Texas tradition. An Italian immigrant, Salvatore Lucchese established the company in San Antonio 1883. Boots were made in that factory until relocating to El Paso, Texas in 1986 where it still operates today. The epitome of traditional cowboy boots, Lucchese honors classic western style and construction. Although they’ve been around for over 125 years, time hasn’t left this bootmaker...

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