Inspiration and business ideas might strike you in most unexpected circumstances, and the founder of Corral Boots knows that better than anyone. During his trip to Mexico, Othell Welch got enthralled by the art and process of handcrafting western boots. The brand was founded on the cusp of the new century and managed to become a major player in the western boots market. Corral owes its success to no one else but their own principles and decisions. Corral cowboy boots are manufactured from premium-quality leathers sourced from the leather capital of Mexico, León. The brand gives people of all income levels the opportunity to get a pair of high-end western boots by keeping prices affordable. Though cowboy boots for men were the brand’s original focus, it was Corral boots for women that brought the company its current reputation.
Corral Western Boots
Some may find it confusing that Welch was inspired to open a western boot manufacturing company after visiting Mexico and not Texas. In truth, American cowboy culture in general and fashion in particular were heavily influenced by vaqueros, mounted cattle-herders that trace their roots to Spanish tradition. Mexicans had their own, distinct culture of cowboying, that has retained its vivid characteristics. Hand-crafted Mexican vaquero boots inspired many designs of Corral footwear. Corral fringe boots, though featuring traditional for cowboy wear fringes, are embellished in a unique manner.
Corral Vintage Boots
Traditional cowboy boots didn't lack embellishments, but corral brings embroidery and carving to a new level. There are many classic-style knee-high boots decorated with intricate floral patterns, but Corral ankle boots don’t lag behind.
Gritr Sports boasts an extensive Corral boots women collection. Models vary drastically, from simplistic and plain to heavily decorated ones, of all the most popular (and less so) colors.