Why Durango Boots = Fun + Freedom

Growing up on a farm afforded ample alternatives for outdoor adventures and carefree characters like myself to roam the land in pure peace. If I had to count the country Western ways of creating fun and freedom-driven memories: There was vine swinging across the creek with my siblings; trail riding our paint horses and Shetland ponies with neighboring cowboys and cowgirls; rescuing box turtles from car-heavy dirt roads; and bicycling as fast as my legs could pedal down countryside hills and around hay bales.

Even though I’m now a farm wife and mother, I still engage in equine extra-curricular activities. And when I slid on my brand-new Women’s Belted Collar Western Boots from Durango’s Crush collection, I relived my exploration days as a kid from the backyard to the barn. Here’s why:

I can move unrestricted. These boots actually feel like running shoes on my feet. So comfortable, I’m able to zigzag through thicket or climb into the saddle rather gracefully. Wearing them to play tag or flip in the hayfield with the kids feels good on my feet as well.

I can vogue a combination of Southern styles. The laser etched-designed boots complement my fitted high-rise mom jeans from Levi to a barrage of Forever 21 bohemian skirts and dresses I own. Whatever I wear them with the outcome is nothing less than contemporary cowgirl edginess.

I can get down and dirty. So what if these babies are weather-beaten. They bounce back to glamour glory with a damp cloth and at times a little leather polish. What I adore most about these boots is they’re durable and successfully withstand a knock or two to kick off hardened mud or grass stains. Hands down: This farm girl foot gear says adventure with an attitude.

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An award-winning feature writer, internationally published brand blogger and digital content creator. The fourth-generation cowgirl and veteran journalist pioneered digital platform Southern Styles & Steeds to share sincere stories from her agricultural upbringing.

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