These boots were made for walking ... and riding! Who says riding boots have to be manufactured specifically as a "motorcycle boot" just because a company has marketed them that way? Not me. In fact, I mostly wear boots, shoes, or something other than motorcycle boots because stylistically, I'm not the hugest of fans of what's available on the market. I like to think I have some style, but it's very possible I haven't the slightest idea of what's hip. Either way, I know what I like. And I definitely like Justin Boots' Brown Trapper Cowhide Boots ($130).
Overall, I've always held Justin Boots close to my heart because they remind me of my childhood growing up in Bakersfield, California. Because of its agriculturally rich roots hearing the term "Wranglers and Ropers," was a pretty common occurrence. Now, I didn't spend my time roping steer or wrangling cattle, but every time I think of Justin Boots, my hometown comes to mind.
However, I do enjoy a good pair of boots, as do most men. But I'm more of a workboot-style kinda guy. And Justin's Brown Trapper Cowhide boots are exactly the style I'm accustomed to, which feature a 10-inch brown trapper upper with a non-steel toe and Justin's J-Flex Flexible Comfort System. The Brown Trapper boots offer comfort in spades. And Justin's J-Flex system combined with the light weight of the boots make them perfect for wearing to the biker rally, amusement park, or whatever other all-day walking adventure you're partaking in.