A Cowboy’s Boot

It takes four days and more than 200 operations to make a pair of cowboy boots. Here it is in two minutes.

On machines more than a century old, and in a surprisingly still-hands-on process, craftsmen cut, mold, hammer, and sew leather into cowboy boots. Shot on RED by Brad Stuckel of Plainsight Pictures, this cinematic portrayal of the process is western-worthy.

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