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Does Coach make Cowboy Boots? I see a lot of Mexican men from Mexico wearing th

  1. LatinLadyInAz profile image56
    LatinLadyInAzposted 7 years ago

    Does Coach make Cowboy Boots?  I see a lot of Mexican men from Mexico wearing these boots and...

    they brag about how much they spend on them and how they're official Coach boots with matching belts.  Are they really?!

  2. Jaggedfrost profile image79
    Jaggedfrostposted 7 years ago

    http://www.coach.com/online/handbags/-s … amp;tier=2

    In order to answer your question we would have to see pictures of the boots you are seeing and then wonder at what kinds of drugs your friends sold in order to afford them if you doubt that they have the economical resources to purchase them legally.

  3. LatinLadyInAz profile image56
    LatinLadyInAzposted 7 years ago

    Well...they're NOT my friends...LoL!  I said, I "see" a lot of these Mexican men wearing them and I asked a couple of them if they were really Coach boots because I didn't think Coach would make Cowboy boots.  As far as taking a picture...guess I'll have to ask if I can take one next time I see a guy wearing these boots.  They really seem to believe they're real...and umm..they're buying them in Mexico.  One guy said he paid $850 just for his boots.  I just thought someone out there might know if Coach really does make Cowboy boots.

  4. griffinjtravis profile image58
    griffinjtravisposted 7 years ago

    I have never seen a "real" Coach cowboy boot. The closest thing that Coach offers is the Dafney Boot, even it is more like a high biker boot then a cowboy boot. Furthermore, Most all of the Coach footware is under 400 dollars. They also have the New Betsie and the Leonora boot both of those are more of a biker boot as well and under 300 dollars.

  5. sweet daisey profile image48
    sweet daiseyposted 7 years ago

    I can tell you, it is probably true that Mexican men spend a fortune on their boots... perhaps not the Coach brand but a similar grade of well made men's boots. Mexican Men put their money on their backs, they rather have clothes  mostly the boots then even  a car or fancy place to live.