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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-13-2011, 11:35 PM Thread Starter
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Tony Lama Boots

Back when I was a traveling Pipe Welder we all wore Tony Lama / Justin Western Style Slip on work boots.

From California to NC everyone had them.

Dont see anyone here in the Northeast wearing them.

Im planning on getting a pair for all round use Pheasant Hunting, Small game.

Have 3 pairs of Danners but hatin laceing them up

Back in the Day Lamas/Justin were all made in USA now China are they still good ?

Hate to dropp $200 for China stuff.

btw all my Danners are Made here in the USA
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post #2 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-13-2011, 11:51 PM
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i'm wearing my ariat western work boots.. everyday for everything..
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Re: Tony Lama Boots

i own 4 pair of justins, and my girlfriend has a pair too. i wear mine everyday of my life, from farming to fishing to hunting sometimes. i have regualr cowboy boots and the work stle too. nothing else will ever go on my feet.

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post #4 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-13-2011, 11:57 PM Thread Starter
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i'm wearing my ariat western work boots.. everyday for everything..
I heard good things about Ariat. And Mostly made here in the US
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Thats what Iím talkin about. Good pair of all round CH...Kickers

The other thing I dont see around here like we had in Calif. Snap Button Jean shirts
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unfortunately after a quick check at the tag, made in china..i got them last year and they have held up very well..
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the only thing ive found that beats up the justins, is the preservative we put on silage. but im pretty sure that stuff will eat through just about anything.

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Seriously?

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the only thing ive found that beats up the justins, is the preservative we put on silage. but im pretty sure that stuff will eat through just about anything.
Whats Silage ?
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Silage is what comes out of the chopper. It could be corn, hay, oats and so on. Its feed.

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