There are those who say that the traditions–and lifestyle of a working cattle rancher are obsolete in this day of i-phones and urban sprawl. Just don’t say it to Elizabeth Poett, who raises and sells organic , grass-fed beef on her family’s historic Rancho San Julian. That’s why Durango Boots chose the Poetts to be the faces of their new family campaign.
Elizabeth is a direct descendant of José Antonio Julian De La Guerra: the Rancho San Julian on which she and her family raise organic, grass-fed beef was granted to De La Guerra 179 years ago by the Spanish crown. The photos in this article and in Durango’s campaign were all shot on the historic California property.
For Durango’s family collection the company expanded several of their popular adult boots into kids editions so that the little ones can wear “mini me” editions of mom and dad’s boots. This makes for a lot of fun when the entire family can sport matching styles such as the patriotic collection that the Poetts are wearing above.
The collection even includes infant sizes for the wee ones! Now that’s some serious western style to toddle around in! There is a wide variety of styles to choose from. You’ll see some of the more popular adults styles such as the pink lady rebel boots converted for the kids along with entire lines such as the faded glory collection below. Learn more and shop all the different family styles at durangoboots.com.