Those who love their Anderson Bean boots live life the same way we make our boots: they ride, work, tailgate, two-step, compete and do everything in between in these boots. They are independents, but also one big Drew’s Boots family.
Timeless and made to wear well, “Something Blue” features subdued colors with a classically designed flower wreath stitching in embroidered blue. The elk leather vamp and goatskin shaft are crafted in complementary shades that evoke the colors of the desert. Use these as your “something blue” for a wedding, then, in no time flat, hit the rodeo and ride with the very same boots.
Mad Dog Goatskin leather is a fairly new tannage. Hot stuffed with a waxy feel and two distinct layers of color, the contrast is achieved during the lasting process when the leather is pulled down on the last and the stretching of the leather allows the lower layer of color to show through. The wax process keeps the leather from its naturally dry state. Tanned in England and well worth its price.
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