This post is sponsored by Stages West and Durango. All opinions are my own.
Shopping for men can sometimes be difficult. This year under our tree, my husband is receiving a new pair of boots. With Stages West’s easy-to-use boot finder I was able to find the best boots for him online. I love the ease of shopping online and receiving my packages at home. It not only saves time and hassle, but it is much easier to accomplish when buying presents for someone in my home. It is not often I have the time to shop away from my immediate family.
When using the boot finder online, it asks a few simple questions. First you select if you are shopping for a man or woman, what their sense of style is compared to the clothing they wear, what toe shape they prefer in boots and color you are looking for. My husband already owns a nice black pair of boots and I know he likes square toe only, so it was pretty simple to start browsing.
I know he has had a pair of boots in this style years back but he wore them out, literally. I love this style boot. It is a little different than the boots he currently wears, which is a good thing. This way he will feel like he is receiving something new.
The Durango Men’s Harness Boot in Brown is what I selected when shopping at Stages West. I call this boot the motorcycle boot. It looks like that, doesn’t it? The leather and metal harness on the side gives it a trendy feel over the traditional cowboy boots.
Durango boots run a little big. My husband usually wears a size 10.5 but in this boot he wore a size 10.
Did you know that Stages West is located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee? We travel to the Smoky Mountains almost every year since we have family there. Each time we go my husband loves to browse around their store. We are so thankful that the surrounding area is working hard to overcome the devastation from the recent fires.
Now through the end of the year, save 10% off your entire order on Stages West, in-store and online! Use code: NHSDISCOUNT when shopping.
*Regular priced merchandise only. One time use. Expires December 31, 2016.