Justin Boots brings back the iconic roper boot, invented by John Justin Jr.
John Justin, Jr. originated the classic roper boot that revolutionized cowboy boots. The first of its kind, the roper boot was crafted to accommodate the needs of calf ropers. The boot's short height and flat, comfortable heel offered essential grip and support to rodeo athletes, making it a favorite among cowboys worldwide. Since its invention, Justin Boots has been perfecting the art of the roper boot, refining its design and making it a staple style across the Western industry.
In the 1980s, the popularity of Justin Ropers surged, experiencing an impressive increase in sales. The smooth and comfortable feel of the roper was met with enthusiasm from rodeo competitors, propelling its rise to become a staple in Justin Boots' offerings to this day. The demand for roper boots reached such heights that production capacity at the Justin Boots Factory in Fort Worth, TX was pushed to its limits.
Building on this legacy, the revitalized roper boots from Justin Boots retain the iconic features that made them a hit in the past while incorporating modernized comfort and a variety of color options. With a range of styles available for both men and women, these boots are meticulously crafted using genuine leather, ensuring durability and quality. The updated design also includes an innovative comfort system for a superior wearing experience.
For women, there are five appealing pull-on and lace-up styles available in red, brown, and black. Men can choose from two pull-on styles in black and brown. The reintroduction of the iconic roper boot is a testament to Justin Boots' commitment to preserving Western classics that have withstood the test of time. John Justin Jr.'s vision of creating a comfortable, versatile, and practical boot for busy cowboys lives on through this iconic style.
The return of the iconic roper boot by Justin Boots celebrates the enduring legacy of this classic design. With its rich history and modern enhancements, the roper boot continues to captivate the hearts of cowboys and Western enthusiasts alike.