With a bootmaking legacy that stretches back to 1933, Boulet Boots sets the standard in handcrafted, custom Western and Cowboy boots that are as varied in design as they are in material. With intricate tooling and stitching on the shaft; exotic leathers sourced from Canada, America, Europe, and Asia; and unrivaled craftsmanship done by hand, Boulet Boots are proudly worn around the world by discerning cowboy boot aficionados. With its origins in St-Tite, Quebec, Boulet became a leading provider in shoes and boots for the Canadian Armed Forces during WWII, and eventually brought the Western boot to the center of their repertoire in 1964. Carefully selected raw materials are compiled using the Goodyear Welt process, a technique in which the sole is stitched to the welt, which is itself stitched to the vamp and insole. The cork that fills the gap between insole and outsole eventually forms to the foot, providing comfort and stability. Today, the fourth generation of Boulets continues to take the brand to new heights, employing over 200 people and crafting over 200,000 pairs of boots a year.