The idea of creating a brand of western boots started with a trip to Mexico, there Othell Welch, founder of Corral, got inspired and was fascinated with the handcrafted quality of the process of manufacturing boots. Corral Boots was founded in 1999.
Corral decided to focus on what was missing in the market and that was a good selection of ladies boots. Finally in 2000 Corral launched its first collection of western boots for women. Very soon Corral began to skyrocket and the brand was not just in Texas anymore, it spread all over United States. In 2006, a part of the Corral business was sold to his friends in Mexico who helped start the company there.
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Leather Boot Care
To keep leather boots in good shape and to help them last longer, they should be cleaned, conditioned, and protected.
Regularly brush off any loose dirt and dust with a dry rag or soft brush. Certain leather finishes allow for one to wipe down with a damp cloth but first conduct a test on a small area to ensure there will be no damage.
If boots get wet they should be allowed to dry naturally. Avoid drying them near heat or direct sunlight which will cause them to fade and the leather could over-dry and become cracked.
Conditioning of the leather should happen after the boot is clean and dry. Too much oil or wax can attract dust and clog the pores causing dryness. *Ask a local leather/shoe repair person for recommendations on the best products to clean your boots. Always test on a small spot on the instep of the boot and wait 24 hours before using on the entire boot. *