Rod Patrick Boots were once made in Denver, Colorado, under the design of a reknown bootmaker, Mr. Rod Patrick. These boots are now are made by a general but large boot manufacturing facility in Leon, Mexico. They are contracted for production by Miller International of Denver, Colorado.
Miller International began in 1920 as Stockman Farmer Supply Company, then in 1940 “farmer” was dropped from the name, then in 1950, “supply” was dropped, so this company was known as Miller Stockman.
Miller Stockman operated a western retail store operation in Denver, Colorado. It began to operate a mail order business through a catalog in 1990, and expanded to as many as 30 stores by 1999.
In 1999, the Miller Stockman Company was sold to Corral Boots. (History here.) However, the Rod Patrick Boot Brand remained under the ownership of Miller International which has a business relationship with Boot Barn Holdings, which retails boots under companies by the names of Boot Barn, Sheplers, and Country Outfitters.
Rod Patrick boots feature lemonwood pegging for the soles and appear to be well made from quality leather.
Styles of boots made: cowboy boots
Related brand: Cinch Boots
Value: Rod Patrick Boots present good value for the price paid. The boots are constructed of good quality leather and materials.
Availability: Some third-party vendors sell Rod Patrick Boots.
Custom sizing: The website says that custom sizing of Rod Patrick boots is possible.
How to order: Try on and purchase in brick-and-mortar stores or from on-line vendors.