July 26, 2012
-- Some people may have not heard about Gameday Boots yet, but they will soon. They are definitely a unique spin on the classic cowboy boot, and Rocky Top Leather has just started carrying them. They are made specifically for the sports fan who absolutely loves college football and basketball because they have the actual NCAA licensed logos beautifully embroidered on each and every one of them.
Gameday Boots is a company that just started at the beginning of 2012 because they realized that many sports fan also love western-wear. So, they wanted to fill that need and created some of the most beautiful college boots available today. The boots are all hand-made using the best leathers available on the market, which is important when creating a vintage cowboy boot look. The reason for this is because, over time, the leather will stretch and not fit as well as it did when they were brand new. So, by using high-quality materials the boot will stay true to form and they won't ever become uncomfortable.
Gameday Boots has worked hard to make every single NCAA school available. They have big schools like the University of Alabama, or the University of Tennessee, but they also can produce small schools too. Keep in mind that they are hand-made, so if the school isn't one of their main production boots, the boot may take up to 90 days for it to be made. Although, the boots are definitely worth the wait.
This is also the perfect time to pick up a pair because football season is right around the corner. Anyone wearing a pair of these boots will be standing out in the crowd when they wear a pair of these to the game. The school colors have been matched to the exact color, so they go great with all of the school jerseys.
Rocky Top Leather discovered Gameday Boots at the beginning of the year at one of the cowboy boot conventions, and they immediately wanted to take part. All of the major schools have been included to Rocky Top Leather's 2012 product line, and new ones are being added every single day. Whether its just a fad or not, they didn't want to be left in the dust.