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  • Tony Lama Black Label Tall Cowgirl Boots - Snip Toe
    $258.99
  • Tony Lama Tan Baja 100% Vaquero Cowgirl Booties - Square Toe
    $149.99
  • Tony Lama Antiqued Concho Link Hip Belt
    $40.99
  • Tony Lama Concho Link Leather Belt
    $59.99
  • Tony Lama Floral Cutout Leather Belt
    $46.99
  • Tony Lama Women's Tan Mad Dog Goat San Saba Western Boots - Square Toe
    $229.99
  • Tony Lama Black Layla Leather Belt
    $43.99
  • Tony Lama Soft Honey Americana Cowgirl Boots - Square Toe
    $199.99
  • Tony Lama Cross Inlay Cowgirl Boots
    $229.99
  • Tony Lama Brown Layla Leather Belt
    $43.99
  • Tony Lama Kaitlyn Crystal Scalloped Leather Western Belt
    $107.99
  • Tony Lama Black Filigree Leather Belt
    $43.00
  • Tony Lama Women's Brown Tooled Paisley Leather Belt
    $65.00
  • Tony Lama Navajo Spirit embossed leather belt
    $60.00
  • Tony Lama Women's Straw 3R Casuals Canvas & Leather Shoes
    $79.99
  • Tony Lama Chocolate Saigets Cowgirl Boots - Square Toe
    $237.99
  • Tony Lama Chocolate Reverse Quill Print Americana Cowgirl Boots - Square Toe
    $199.99
  • Tony Lama Latigo Tucson 100% Vaquero Cowgirl Boots - Square Toe
    $214.99
  • Tony Lama Red Baja 100% Vaquero Cowgirl Boots - Square Toe
    $214.99
  • Tony Lama Tan Baja 100% Vaquero Cowgirl Booties - Snip Toe
    $179.99
  • Tony Lama Honey Sierra 3R Stockman Cowgirl Boots - Square Toe
    $179.99
  • Tony Lama Cafe Rio 3R Western Cowgirl Boots - Round Toe
    $189.99
  • Tony Lama Chocolate Frio 3R Buckaroo Cowgirl Boots - Square Toe
    $199.99
  • Tony Lama Tan Cuero 3R Buckaroo Cowgirl Boots - Round Toe
    $199.99
  • Tony Lama Women's Iron Shiloh San Saba Western Boots - Square Toe
    $229.99
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    Tony Lama Tan Saigets San Saba Cowgirl Boots - Square Toe
    $219.99
  • Tony Lama 3R Series Buckaroo Boots - Square Toe
    $209.99
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    Tony Lama 100% Vaquero Western Cowgirl Boots - Snip Toe
    $199.99
  • Tony Lama 100% Vaquero Cowgirl Boots
    $199.99
  • Tony Lama 100% Vaquero Cowgirl Boots
    $199.99
  • Tony Lama 100% Vaquero Cowgirl Boots
    $199.99
  • Tony Lama Cross Inlay Cowgirl Boots
    $229.99
  • Tony Lama Cross Inlay Cowgirl Boots - Square Toe
    $229.99
  • Tony Lama Signature Series Pitiado Cowgirl Boots - Snip Toe
    $363.99
  • Tony Lama Vaquero Rancho Inlay Cowgirl Boots - Snip Toe
    $229.99
  • Tony Lama 3R Series Bridle Brown Shiloh Cowgirl Boots - Square Toe
    $189.99
  • Tony Lama Americana Lavender Cowgirl Boots - Square Toe
    $199.99
  • Tony Lama Vaquero with Fringe Mosto Tucson Cowgirl Boots - Snip Toe
    $229.99
  • Tony Lama 100% Vaquero Latigo Tucson Zipper Cowgirl Boots - Snip Toe
    $186.99
  • Tony Lama Women's Winter Wheat 3R Casuals Canvas Shoes - Moc Toe
    $69.99
  • Tony Lama Women's Adina Scalloped Cowgirl Boots - Square Toe
    $199.99
  • Tony Lama Women's Tan Lindale Canvas Shoes
    $69.99
  • Tony Lama Women's Tan Lindale Lace Up Shoes
    $79.99
  • Tony Lama Kaitlyn Crystal Leather Western Belt
    $108.99
  • Tony Lama Concho Hip Belt
    $34.00

Tony Lama

An Italian immigrant named Tony Lama was born in 1887; little did he know, his legacy would be worn around the world. After being stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas, and getting his start as a cobbler for the U.S. Cavalry, he realized the importance of quality leather and comfortable fitted boots.

Trained in creating boots suitable for soldiers, Tony Lama decided to open his trade for business. He started in boot repair, but soon, news of Tony Lama spread throughout the Southwest. Cowboys and ranchers were among the cavalrymen that wanted their own custom-made Tony Lama boots. In the first year of opening shop, Tony Lama found his calling: he and one helper had made twenty pairs of tailored and durable leather boots.

Later, in the 1930's, Western Wear stores started asking to be vendors of his craft. Soon, and with ingenuity, Tony Lama developed a way to produce greater quantities without losing or sacrificing the hand crafted touch that had become so well known by his customers. By 1961, nearly fifty years after the opening of his first store, Tony Lama expanded his business and was making upwards of 750 handcrafted and quality boots a day.

Since Tony Lama's death in 1974, Tony Lama Boots have continued to be a tradition and a company that prides themselves on heritage. Lama's sons and daughters continue the high standard that Tony Lama himself set as a precedent.

In 1990 two competitors, Justin Boots and Tony Lama, joined forces and began to reach new heights in quality boot wear, skill, and craftsmanship. Today the same hand crafted comfort you would expect from a Southwestern store at the turn of the century can be enjoyed by your whole family. Unsurprisingly, Tony Lama has set and stood by a world-wide standard of commitment to quality that was created by a humble cobbler so long ago.