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Western Style Cell Phone Holders

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Western Style Cell Phone Holders

Once upon a time in the west. The cowboys and cowgirls of the old west didn’t have cellphones and they didn’t wear a phone holder on their belt. (Cowgirls didn’t carry purses, did they? …never saw Dale Evans with one.) But anyway, they did wear another form of communication on their belt…in a leather holder. A .45 caliber device which communicated very well with anyone who might get in the way. And now in the west. Times have changed though, and today’s cowboy and cowgirl do have cellphones. What has not changed is the active lifestyle they have---constantly on the...

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Belt Buckles

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Belt Buckles

 Western Style Buckles Western-style buckles come in many shapes and designs but they generally fall into one of two primary categories. There are the western belt buckle and the cowboy/cowgirl buckle. Everybody uses a belt at one time or another, and for the most part, people are casual about their belts. But some folks are very serious when it comes to their buckle. Take the cowboy and cowgirl: For them, it’s a statement…more than just something to hold up their trousers. Their buckle is a form of self-expression and a symbol of achievement.   The cowboy/cowgirl buckle of choice most often displays images of the rodeo. Buckles...

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Western Luggage

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Western Luggage

Many people travel during the summer months, taking vacation time and enjoying the sunny weather. If you are one of those people, check out the various Western luggage options that Wild West Living has available. From rolling luggage to duffel bags, we have a variety of luggage pieces that you can choose from that would best fit your traveling.

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Horses of the Wild West

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Horses of the Wild West

Horses played a huge role in the development of the Wild West. They helped cowboys with various tasks on the farm, like moving cattle and pulling wagons. Without them, the West wouldn’t have thrived the way it did. Let’s check out all the different horses that helped the cowboys to build the Wild West and their history.

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Wild West Towns

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Wild West Towns

There are many places across the country that can take you back in time to the Wild West. From Arizona and Wyoming to Colorado and Kansas, you can visit a variety of Western places. Check out these different Western towns you can visit to relive the days of outlaws and gunslingers.

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