Sustainability

Why Faux Leather Cowboy Boots May Not Be The Most Sustainable Option

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Why Faux Leather Cowboy Boots May Not Be The Most Sustainable Option

Lots of people buy Men’s western boots and barely give a second thought as to where they are made or how. Conversely, others will purchase cowboy boots, and it is just as important to them that they were made from sustainable sources, as is whether the boots are the style and colour they want.

This points to the fact that there is a wide variety of views relating to environmental issues ranging from passionately campaigning on green issues to barely giving it a moment’s notice. Between those two extremes, many people would like to follow a greener and more sustainable lifestyle but are often confused as to exactly how that can be done.

That confusion is not helped by some of the conflicting messages coming from those on opposite sides of the sustainability argument. One such point is the use of alternative materials to those natural ones which are traditionally used. Talking specifically about cowboy boots, these would be cowboy boots manufactured, not from natural leather that comes from the hide of cattle, but faux leather that looks, and in some cases, feels like real leather.

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