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The Tres Outlaws Boot Co.



The Tres Outlaws Boot Co.

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Falconhead's owner, Scott Emmerich is a famed innovator in the boot industry, with some of the wildest boots you've ever seen.

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Scott Emmerich of Tres Outlaws Boot Company at Desperado

Emmerich owns and operates The Tres Outlaws Boot Company in El Paso, Texas. From tanning their own leather to the finishing polish, Emmerich and his team create custom western boots that are not only molded to fit a customer's foot perfectly, but every stitch and detail are meticulously and completely done by hand. This fall, Central Oregonians will get a rare treat and opportunity to meet Emmerich and see some of Tres Outlaws' prize boots at a special one-day event on Saturday, November 8 at Desperado Boutique in the Old Mill District.

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In 1995, Jerry Black and Scott Emmerich started The Tres Outlaws Boot Company in El Paso, Texas, which houses the only master bootmakers in the world.

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"No one really knows about us," said Scott Wayne Emmerich in his office on South Cotton Street."We're just a little shop in El Paso.We haven't really tried to be known."Emmerich is owner of Tres Outlaws Boot Co., one of the high-end cowboy boot and belt makers in El Paso that cater to Hollywood celebrities, Washington officials and influential people."El Paso is the boot-making capital of the world," Emmerich said.

The $700 to $50,000 price range excludes many El Paso customers, said Emmerich, although he counts some local doctors, attorneys and ranchers among his clients.His 17-person staff also occasionally crafts low-priced boots for New Mexico ranchers.
Emmerich said the appeal of his boots for non-cowboys is the personal touch of handcraftsmanship and custom designs.He and Black take customers' ideas and develop them, he said.
At a modest 130 pairs a month, Emmerich keeps the process as authentically Old West as possible, he said."All these sewing machines are from 1900 to 1910," he said."They're beautiful for my business.

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Scott Wayne Emmerich

Scott Wayne Emmerich

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