EL PASO, Texas -- What’s the only thing cooler than custom Whataburger boots? How about the fact that they're made here in El Paso.
The new custom Justin Boots are "Made for Walkin'" and inspired by the Randy Rogers Band, says Whataburger.
Whataburger might be Chicago-owned now, but these Whataburger boots are still proudly made in Texas!
The boots are made at an El Paso factory and Whataburger touts the craftsmanship, effort and attention to detail that goes into every pair.
The company released a tour video of the Justin Boots factory floor to see how they’re made. (Watch it in the video player at the top of this article.)
ABC affiliate KXXV reports that the boots include 5.4 square feet of leather, 105 steps in the creation process, and 12,488 stitches to make the Whataburger logo -- and the boots take a grand total of 120 days to make!
The Whataburger-branded Justin Boots are on a limited run, but currently available in both men’s and women’s versions for $249.99.
Want the boots? Check them out at the whatastore.com.