H.J. Justin opened his boot company working out of his home in Spanish Fort, Texas, USA, in 1879. When a railroad was built in Nocona, Texas in 1889, H.J. moved his family and business there to capitalize on the bigger market opportunity. In 1925, John, Earl, and Avis Justin, sons of the founder, moved the company headquarters to Fort Worth. In 1968, the company made a deal with Acme Brick, another Fort Worth company with pioneering roots, to form Justin Industries. In August of 2000, Justin Boots was purchased by Berkshire Hathaway, managed by Warren Buffet. The entire history is here.
Styles of boots made: cowboy and work boots.
Value: Justin boots are a good value for the price paid. The boots are well constructed of quality leather and materials.
Availability: Many licensed third-party vendors throughout the world sell these boots.
Custom sizing: Not available.
How to order: Try on and purchase in brick-and-mortar stores or from on-line vendors.