WFH 2020

This year, I have been home alone at lot. I have not been outside as much as I would like to in the beginning of the pandemic. I have not been able to wear my leather fetish outfits to bars or leather/fetish events as much as I would like to. However, it did not stop me from wearing my boots in the public to be who I am. Since I recently moved to the downtown area, I became primarily a walker. I get to wear my boots to grocery shopping, to post office and just a quick walk in my neighborhood. I wear boots on sunny days, cold days, rainy days or days with endless heavy rain.

Keep it up & keep wearing your boots.

1) Nudie Jeans Grim Tim Mid Blue Indigo
2) Dan Post 13″ Renegade Brown Boots

Tecovas cowboy boots are my go to!

Previously I have shared I don’t like to wear western boots in public. In Dec 2017, I discovered a western boot company in Austin, TX who sells high quality modern western boots at a fair price. I like the color of the leather and they don’t have classic western boots stitching. I felt in love with them the first time I pulled them on. They required zero break in and felt like putting on a pair of gloves to your feet. They have very high qualify calfskin leather and low walking heels for all day comfort. I have to agree, they felt amazing since the first time I wore them. They also look great with many colors of jeans/trousers. They also smell great!

Me: Tecovas The Earl Boots

Keep your booted friends around

Long time ago, there was a guest post written by texasbootman. We met and became friends. He moved and now we live in the same city. The internet is so magical and connects people with the similar interests. I thought I was all alone. So if you have a friend who is also into wearing boots, you need to keep them around. Nothing is better than showing your true skin to another human being!

Me: Wesco 17″ leather lined engineer boots

His: Wesco 16″ leather lined harness boots

Leather pants with Wesco boots


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