Mexican Pointy Boots Create A Craze In Matehuala Town In Mexico (Video)By May Shella Mojana-Macuha on May 16, 2011 in Arts, Fashion, Lifestyle, World •
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MATEHUALA, Mexico – The Mexican pointy boots that were said to have started by a certain “Cesar of Huizache” created a craze in Matehuala town in Mexico, international news reported.
As noted from several news sites, it was said that the idea of having pointed boots started when a customer only known as “Cesar of Huizache” made an odd request to Dario Calderon, a shoemaker, to create him a pair of boots with pointy toes.
The pointy boots created by Calderon was seen being worn by Cesar of Huizache to Mesquit Rodeo nightclub, where he danced with a handkerchief covering his mouth and nose.
Since then, everyone wanted the pointy boots from little boys to teenagers. It was said that the girls would not dance with the boys if they were not wearing pointy boots.
One member of the Bellavista Dance Crew said in an interview by VBS.TV that the pointy boots fashion has been around for about a year.
It was said that it has overrun the rodeo dance floors and clubs. The pointy boots phenomenon has also spread to nearby cities and even taken by migrants across the border into the United States.
Here is a YouTube video uploaded by VBS.TV in search of the pointiest long-toed cowboy boots ever made in Matehuala, Mexico.
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