Dennards works hard to be a valued resource for cowboys and cowgirls alike. They offer the best products, prices, selection and customer services in the western industry, because keeping customers happy makes them proud!
Dennards proudly carries a huge selection of the worlds best-known western brands. Offering an array of denim sizes, colors, and fits for horseback riding, work or play with the following brands; Wrangler, Cinch, Cruel Girl, Miss Me, Silver, and many more. When it comes to cowboy boots, they offer a selection from these top brands; Justin, Lucchese, Ariat, Tony Lama, Corral, Nocona, Old Gringo, Stetson and more.
Their clothing, boots, hats and western accessories cater to men, women, and children. From belts, buckles, and home décor, to durable workwear, Dennards will supply your total western lifestyle.
Dennards Western Wear FAQ
Q: What are some tips for cleaning boots with heavy stains?
A: Try cleaning them with dish washing soap, using just a little soapy water. Wash them, let them air dry, and then apply some leather conditioner. In order to protect them from further satins, spray them with water protection and stain protection.
Q: How should a hat fit?
A: Your hat should fit snug, not tight, and it should sit level across your forehead, with approximately an inch above your eyebrows and a finger width above your ears.
Q: How should a boot fit?
A: The ball of the foot (which is the widest part of your foot) should fit right over the ball of the boot (which is the widest part of the boot). The internal construction of the boot has a rigid shank between the insole and the outsole that supports your foot from the heel to the ball of the boot. If the boot is too short, the ball of the foot sits forward of the shank which results in poor arch support and may jam your toes. Sooner or later, this will spell discomfort for you and distortion for your boot. You will also need ample toe space. After wearing boots for a time the leather instep relaxes and your toes will settle forward.
Q: Is there a general rule-of-thumb for what type of hat to wear depending on the seasons?
A: The wearing of either felt or straw is really up to the individual. With that said most people will change from felt to straw on Easter and will change back to felt when temperatures start dropping (no real exact date). Again, it's really up to you!