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The collar is the topmost part of the shaft of a cowboy boot, encircling the opening where you insert your foot.
The shaft is one of the most recognizable parts of any cowboy boot. This tube of leather varies in height and covers the bottom part of your leg down to the ankle. It is often decorated with colorful materials and stitching.
Many cowboy boots have extra leather loops sewn into the top of the shaft, so its easy to pull them on to your feet every morning.
The vamp is a piece of leather that covers the front and top of every pair of boots. It extends from the toe to the piping and is joined with the front part of the shaft. It is often decorated with a Toe Bug.
Heavy-duty leather is stacked, bonded together, and nailed to the heels of cowboy boots, giving them their iconic raised appearance. They are usually covered with a heel cap for added traction and durability.
The very front of a boot is called the toe box. It covers your toes and comes in a variety of different shapes and styles, from the classic rounded Western style, to the Square-toe style, the Snip-toe style, and many others.