Old West Style Women's Boots
Shoes were usually handmade in the cobbler’s shop, with nails or pegs used to bind the sole to the upper. As usual, women’s legs were never shown and feet were only glimpsed once in a while when sitting down so stockings and hose weren’t high up on the fashion must haves. Women's shoes had thick heels and pointed toes. They might slip on, button or lace and come above or below the ankle. Our selection below has many traits of the common shoes found on ladies walking the dusty streets of the old west.