Ready to channel the Wild West without breaking the bank? Sure, “real” cowboy boots are built to stand the test of time, but they’ll also set you back a few hundred dollars.
If you just want to sport some western flair, here’s where you can find cheap cowboy boots for both women and men while getting your fashion on. Similar to the best deals on duck boots, we’re all in for bargain-basement-priced cowboy boots. That’s right, we’re talking about pairs that cost less than $100. Giddyup!
Best Cheap Cowboy Boots for Women
Code West Agave Bootie
These cheap cowboy boots for women will make you want to saddle up to a rodeo or simply hang out on a Saturday night (and by that, we mean bingeing your favorite show). It’s all good whether you’re out for a night on the town or snuggled somewhere close to home.
Why We Love It: These boots feature iconic cactus and moon symbols with a distinct lasso stitch for classic western styling. We also love that all you have to do is wipe it down with a damp cloth to clean it.
$90 at Macys.com
Coconuts by Matisse Bandera Cowboy Boot
The Kohl’s women’s boots department is impressive, when it comes to quality and price. And Kohl’s cowboy boots for women don’t skimp on style. Tap into your inner cowgirl by wearing these versatile cheap cowboy boots in dark brown/beige. Whether you pair them with your favorite skinny jeans or sundress, it’s all good!
Why We Love It: For starters, these boots don’t cost a fortune, so it’s already a win! The cushioned foot bed, fabric lining, and pull-on faux leather uppers to your calf create a stunning, yet typically elusive combination of style and comfort.
Canyon Trails Women’s Classic Pointed Toe Embroidered Western Rodeo Cowboy Boots
What’s not to love about this pair of cheap cowboy boots for women? These black boots have a contrast white stitching that packs a punch. Consider this pair a new version of the timeless versatile LBD (little black dress), only this time, it’s LBB: little black boots.
Why We Love It: Aside from being super affordable and cute, they’re durable, too! The thick rubber sole means you’re boot scootin’ boogying in stride. Plus, there aren’t any zippers so you can pull them on and slip them off with ease.
$44.99 at Amazon.com
Roper Women’s Ingrid Floral Western Booties
These boots are fashionable, they’re fun and yes, they’re floral. Roper pulls out all the stops by juxtaposing femininity with these cheap cowboy boots.
Why We Love It: This pair caught our eye and we can only picture it with a variety of outfits literally going with everything. This footwear combines western flair with a girly girl plus there’s a gold-toned shaft and foot and stockman heel.
$64.99 at CountryOutfitter.com
Roper All Over Embroidery Western Boots
Now, for something completely different. Who says cheap cowboy boots for women need to only be worn in black or brown? These turquoise boots have a certain je ne sais quoi! In a word, they pop. The vibrant color truly goes with anything and everything.
Why We Love It: Aside from the turquoise blue, they had us at embroidery. Seriously, from its snip toe all the way up to the calf, the embroidery on this boot is our everything.
$69.99 at BootBarn.com
Old West Women’s Cross Stitch Round Toe Cowgirl Boot
Neutral, subtle and ready to pair with any outfit, these Old West women’s cross stitch cowgirl boots are a closet staple. Made from genuine leather, the round toe boots sport cross stitch detailing that make these boots look anything but cheap.
Why We Love It: Simple yet luxurious, we love how easily these boots pair with any outfit. Due to their fashion height heel, these boots can be dressed up or down while still remaining comfortable to wear. Plus, their side zipper feature makes them easy to put on and take off.
$59.99 at BootBarn.com
Best Cheap Cowboy Boots for Men
Smoky Mountain Boots Denver Black Cherry Leather Cowboy Boot
These black cherry leather boots for men come in both medium and extra wide, but that’s not the only reason why we love it.
Why We Love It: They’re leather and cost less than $100! We repeat: They are leather. (Is there an echo in here?) These classic cowboy boots in black cherry are iconic as both an everyday boot and also one to get your western flair on.
$99.95 at Sears.com
Noble Outfitters All Around Rustic Cognac
It doesn’t get much more cowboy boot than this. This rustic boot has a physio outsole which basically means it provides extra cushioning for maximum comfort. The leather shaft lining and extended leather heel slide lets your heel easily slide in, and then simply lean into the pull tabs for an easy removal.
Why We Love It: Did somebody say ostrich? The ostrich print on the fall grain leather with western stitching had us at hello. Then there’s the square toe, steel shank for added stability, and toss in some arch support. As for another reason we love it, consider this a must-have among the cheap cowboy boots for men.
$99.95 at Walmart.com
Justin Distressed Silver Cowboy Boots
Let’s start with the obvious; these cheap cowboy boots for men make our hearts go pitter patter. They’re seriously discounted (retail price is typically $135) and that alone is a reason why they belong on this list. The craftsmanship and quality are high from its leather upper and lining with gorgeous embroidery and laser-cut details. Need we say more?
Why We Love It: See above. Seriously. Plus, the golden and pebble brown leather, triple density cushioned insole, antibacterial foot bed cover, and rubber sole pretty much make them cowboy worthy.
Old West Snake Printed Western Boots
When you look for cheap cowboy boots, you might as well go all in. And by that we mean images of rodeos and rattlesnakes. As in this best-selling exotic snake print pair of boots.
Why We Love It: This affordable pair exudes the look of rattlesnake for less. And the fact that the insole is cushioned means it’s comfortable, too, with a long-wearing composition sole.
$80 at Sheplers.com
Tips for Buying Cheap Cowboy Boots
Expensive cowboy boots costing hundreds of dollars aren’t necessarily overpriced — they’re made with superb craftsmanship and high-quality materials. And they’re meant to last practically a lifetime of hard wear.
If you’re simply looking for a cowboy or western aesthetic, the boots above will get you that for a lot less. However, to avoid winding up with a cheap pair that falls apart, is uncomfortable and scuffs easily, in addition to keeping the price in mind, consider the following when shopping inexpensive cowboy boots.
1. Comfort: For the most part, cowboy boots are intended for what cowboys did: Ride ‘em, cowboy! Or cowgirl. Essentially, they’re meant to be worn on horseback. But, in reality are we really going to do that daily? That’s why you should make sure the boot provides comfort. Is there arch support? Does the sole look comfortable to walk on?
2. Ease: Cowboy boots generally will function as one piece. Sure, occasionally in fashion-forward cowboy boots, there’s a zipper, but overall there aren’t straps, there aren’t laces to tie.
3. Quality: When it’s a leather boot, good-quality genuine leather will smell like leather. As for poor-quality leather? Well, it smells like chemicals and/or plastic. Steer clear.
4. Sizing and fit: Typically, sizing is different from that of regular boots. The general rule of thumb says you should buy one size larger to give yourself room. That said, this isn’t always true for every pair of cheap cowboy boots. Essentially, your new pair of boots should fit you like a glove.
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