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These boots have a steel shank carefully shaped to fit the arch area. It’s laced into place and protected by the pegged shank cover.
Paige and I have spent a companionable morning at my shop. She was working on her next project and I was inseaming that final boot. Now it’s on to a fun-filled family afternoon of Helping Dale Clean Out The Barn.
I just finished inseaming one boot of this pair. Now my choices are: A.) work late and inseam the other or B.) go home and spend the evening with my family (they’re planning a trip to OKC for dinner and a movie)
I’m picking option B!
One done, three boots to go.
I’ll be inseaming these boots today. The black cords hanging over the boots are the inseaming threads, which I prepared yesterday before I left work. I’m rarely ever disciplined enough to prepare them ahead of time so I’m feeling quite virtuously smug about it.
I got this pair on the last today.