“How to Make Western Boots” by Dave McKinney & Dennis Cottle is a popular beginner’s book.
Shop copies of this “how-to” have been handed down to students. Overpriced counterfeits have been made at Kinkos. Voicemails have been left for the author… but now, you can buy this book online!
This 170 page book was written so that the art of bootmaking would be passed on and live forever…(that’s what the dedication says.) This spiral bound book provides a useful introduction to the steps of bootmaking, as well as to the materials, tools and patterns needed. Nearly every step is illustrated with a black and white photo. Lays flat on the bench. Easy to read. Room for notetaking. You should buy a copy.
$45 + $5 for shipping.
Cowboy Boot Book poster signed by author, Tyler Beard.
Ever seen one of these? I didn’t think so.
I love looking through Tyler’s book, Cowboy Boots…nearly 400 pairs of cowboy boots.
Did you see all those great Dave Little Boots? What’s that?!
You say, you can’t find them?
And those five pairs made by Joe Patrickus, you mean to tell me you don’t know what pages they’re on?
Well here you go, the “Missing Index” for Tyler Beard’s book, Cowboy Boots. It’s my first eBook.
I originally created this index for my personal use. It’s great, an indispensable reference tool for recognizing the individual styles and skills of America’s best known bootmakers. I used this index over and over again while I was writing my cowboy boot book, and now I am sharing it with you.
Tyler’s Cowboy Boots should be on every collector’s shelf. By purchasing this index you’ll get the most out of your book. Here’s why, it’s…
- Fast. Less time hunting for a famous bootmaker’s work. Don’t miss a single boot!
- Accurate. Errors in the book’s captions (First Edition) have been corrected in this index. Nine pairs of cowboy boots were labeled with the wrong maker. Do you know which ones?
- Easy. A separate index means less page-flipping. And a larger font for more comfortable reading.
- Practical. There is a convenient space for note taking. By writing your notes on this index you can keep your book in a fine ‘collectable’ condition.
Click here to download your free copy. (File size: 370 KB)
Hey gang…they wouldn’t print it, if it weren’t true. You must buy my book. Runner-up to Ira Glass (#3) …how cool is that?!
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I just bought a $3 copy of Texas Boots from abebooks.com.
When it showed up… it turned out to be a hardcover copy! Woo hoo!! JACKPOT!