Monday, June 21, 2021

The Old Nocona Boot Factory Opens in Southlake Town Square

Cowboys, rodeo buffs and western fans now have a reason to “boot scootin’ boogie” in Southlake Town Square with the recent opening of The Old Nocona Boot Factory at 234 State Street. Staying true to its heritage, all products sold are made with the finest leathers and quality materials paired with a style that embraces the wild west.

This is the fourth location for the leather specialist, which also has stores in Fort Worth, Grapevine and Nocona, Texas—the site of where the business began in 1948. The Old Nocona Boot Factory is part of a long history in leather in Nocona, also known as the “Leather Capitol of North America.” The town’s history dates back to when the Justin family moved there in 1889 to build boots for cowboys on the Chisholm Trail.

In keeping with tradition, The Old Nocona Boot Factory carries a variety of leather goods, but is best known for its selection of boots. From full-quill ostrich to cayman belly, leather and lizard skin, find durable men’s work boots, premium cowboy boots, stylish women’s fashion boots, and boots for kids. The Factory also sells western belts, belt buckles, accessories and boot and shoe care products.

“We’re excited to add new brands to our product line-up, like Texas-based Twisted X and popular Old Gringo Boots, and we hope to add our own boot line in the coming spring or summer,” stated Adam Moore, the general manager of The Nocona Boot Factory in Southlake.

The Old Nocona Boot Factory is partnering with Hope 29:11 and Twisted X to help children in need year-round, and aims to provide shoes to 1000 kids this winter. Every purchase of boots $200 or more provides a pair of shoes for a child in need in Texas, Mexico and Uganda. If customers simply want to give back without making a purchase, The Factory gladly accepts donations of children’s shoes for the drive.

“Southlake is a great fit for The Old Nocona Boot Factory, especially since there’s a need and interest in our types of products, but not a lot of stores that offer boots in this area,” commented Moore, who also added that the community aspect of Southlake has been very welcoming.

“These boots are made for walking…” (or running, roping and riding), so head on over to The Old Nocona Boot Factory to find yourself a new pair for your next adventure. While you’re in Southlake Town Square, don’t miss out on other newly opened stores, including Sweet As Sugar for boutique children’s clothing, Scout & Molly’s for fashionable looks and apparel for women and the Peloton Showroom for a fully engaging experience on high-tech workout equipment.