Worn by cowboys, outlaws, and presidents, Olathe Boots have made a name for themselves in the Western-wear tradition. Olathe has been defining Cowboy boots in the U.S. since 1875, when C.H. Hyer put to use the skills he learned from his German father, William, to begin manufacturing the boots of legends. Hyer pioneered the mail-in boot measuring system that is still in use today, and by the turn of the century, Hyer & Sons was known for its cowboy, army, and riding boots that outfitted both the famous and the infamous. Today, Olathe boots are thoughtfully fashioned from exotic leathers, making frequent use of vibrant color palettes and unique, hand-stitched shaft designs that bring innovation and brightness to the classic Cowboy boot blueprint. It’s clear why Olathe Boots are part of the fabric of America.