Hand-tooled boots by Tres Outlaws of El Paso, procured on eBay at a bargain:
By the way, reader John Danley asked about “the Jewish cowboy.” I have in fact actually found one: it was a picture hanging on the wall in the Eastern California Museum in the tiny town of Independence, California, between Bishop and Lone Pine. I was so taken by this that I took a photo of the photo.
Now does this look like a Jewish cowboy or what? Take a yeshiva bocher and put him in a Stetson and boots, and this is what you get. On a subsequent visit to the Museum I discovered the picture had disappeared, and I was never able to find out anything about “Hominy’s famous Jewish champion of the lariat and saddle.”