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Category Archive: News & Updates

  1. Thankful

    As we count our blessings this holiday season, we wish to extend an heartfelt thank you for all of our customers who keep us American Strong.

    We wish you all a blessed Thanksgiving and a joyful holiday season.

  2. Fall Fashion

    We love the fall. The crisp autumn air, walking through the pumpkin patch, dreaming of the holiday feasts to come and all the great fall fashion we get to wear.

    Nothing works better with fall fashion than a pair of western boots. From oversized sweaters to your favorite flannel, we have the perfect pair to complement …

  3. College Bound

    Whether you are just starting college or finishing up grad school, here is why Abilene is the perfect boot for you.

    Affordable Quality – College can be expensive so make every dollar count. Abilene is known for having the best quality at an affordable price.

    Comfort – Abilene’s air ride comfort system will easily take you across …


    What I like best about western boots is how diverse they can be in my wardrobe. From skirts and dresses to my favorite pair of faded blue jeans.

    In today’s fashion, we no longer have to wait for winter to pull out our favorite pair of boots. Boots can be worn all year round.

    Abilene has a …

  5. American Strong

    Every July, the United States comes together for picnics, fireworks and celebrations to show our pride in our great country, the USA. We are proud to announce that all of our Abilene and Sage branded boots are Made in the USA.

    As a company, our goal is to continue to create jobs by making authentic western …

  6. Here Comes The Bride!

    It is wedding season and choosing what to wear on your big day can be a difficult decision. Many brides are choosing a rustic or country vibe. If you are looking for a western flare, here are some suggestions from Abi’s closet.

    There is nothing like the traditional white boot and our Abilene Brand Style 9054 …

  7. 2018 Western Boot Trend

    Cowboy boots have been a staple in American footwear since the beginning of the 20th century. While the core market has always been in traditional western fashion, the cowboy boot has crossed over to main stream popularity repeatedly over the years.

    Western footwear influencers have spanned from the beginning of television and movies with the likes …

  8. April Showers

    How to protect your boots in the rain.

    Because leather is so durable, it is a popular material for quality made footwear. But because leather is a porous material, too much water and the drying process can cause damage that can lead to premature damage and cracking of the leather. Things do happen, and everyone at …

  9. What’s in a name?

    Why are cowboy boots called by different names? What’s the difference between a Traditional Western and a Roper or a Stockman boot? Let’s explore….

    First we have the Traditional Western Cowboy Boot. This is the most iconic of western boot designs and the boot we are mostly familiar with. This boot normally has a twelve inch …

  10. Leather Care

    February is the month for caring and at Abilene, we care about our boots! Here is how you can care for your favorite pair.

    FULL GRAIN AND RETAN LEATHERS • Remove loose dirt and dust with a soft brush or damp cloth • Replenish leather with an all-purpose leather conditioner • Seal and protect leather with …

  11. Hello 2018!

    New Year, New Designs, New Catalogs, New Shows!!!

    We are always excited about the launch of our newest catalog every January. Along with showcasing our best selling styles, it also features many new styles to start the New Year. Some new styles this year are the 4513, 4571, 6427 and 9136. Be sure to check them …

  12. Welcome

    Welcome to our very first ‘Abi’s Blog’. I hope you are enjoying our new and improved website. We are excited that you are here.

    Abilene Boot Co. is proud to announce that we continue to manufacture all of our Abilene and Sage branded footwear right here in America.

    Our goal with ‘Abi’s Blog’ is to start a …