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A visit to San Antonio would not be complete without a stroll by the Alamo, enjoying a cheesy enchilada plate at a Tex-Mex joint off the River Walk, or browsing the cowboy boot section at the local Western wear shop. In fact, nothing says more about a Texan than a fancy pair of cowboy boots. Cavender's Boot City, a Western wear shop found just west of the airport off NW Loop 410, sells cowboy boots for as little as $100 but offers many for hundreds, even thousands, depending on the types of materials used in making the boots. The Lucchese Bootmaker store in central San Antonio sells a handmade pair of American alligator skin boots costing nearly $13,000 .If boot shoppers want something different than the off-the-shelf boots, there's Little's Boot Company on San Antonio's south side.The cowboy boot is a lifestyle.
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