Discover and Buy our western boots for women collections at this oldest boot company in the Unites States, FRYE. Get the finest and richest leathered boots from the expert with long experience in this industry. Western boots in today’s world is commonly defines as a class of leather boots with a high heel and shaft with acceptable design for riding horses.
Frye Company was established by John A. Frye and a partner in 1863 and became the single shoe-making shop in Marlborough, Massachusetts. They gained popularity in the manufacturing of boots in multiple styles, including harness boots which was first designed in 1938 and engineer boots. This family corporation was sold in 1945 and moved from its original city. JIMLAR Corp. bought this company in 1980 and moved the base to Great Neck, New York. In 2010, a Hong Kong based garment conglomerate, Li & Fung, acquired JIMLAR.
Talking about boots, it doesn’t mean you have to be a real cowboy or cowgirl, or even riding horses, to wear them. Nowadays, western boots are increasingly becoming a fashionable form of footwear. You can see it from the more stylish western boots for women and men. Western boots can be varied in their look, for example they can be in pointed or rounded toe, pull-on or lace-up design up to ankles to knees height choices.
Basically there are two types of western boots, hence western boots for women as well, namely traditional and fashion boots. Some examples of traditional boots are Lucchese, Frye, Justin and Tony Lama. They are characterized by classic design elements which have been remained in style for decades. Meanwhile, fashion boots can be referred to ones created by some designers, such as Steve Madden, Kennet Cole or Jessica Simpson, which represent more contemporary or urban styles.
Back to Frye, this company has its own deep-rooted mission in making best looking, hardest working and longest lasting shoes, boots and leather goods.