This Is The Roper.

Look into the history of the roper, and you will discover that the popular boot style’s origins can be traced back to England and the British military. First popularized by Arthur Wellesley, the first Duke of Wellington, a war hero, and a former prime minister, what became the roper began as a modified version of the boot worn by members of the British calvary. Made of soft calf leather and with a 1-inch, squared-off heel and midcalf shaft, it was comfortable, practical, and beautiful. The boot eventually made its way into the hands of American rodeo riders—particularly calf ropers, who discovered that it was good not only for horseback riding but also for running in pursuit of a calf. That’s how the style came to be called the roper.

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