Newest Fort Worth-area Old Boot Factory store coming soon to downtown Roanoke

Old Boot Factory offers a wide variety of men’s and women’s boots from work boots and barn boots to Western boots and snip-toe boots. (Ian Pribanic/Community Impact Newspaper)
Old Boot Factory offers a wide variety of men’s and women’s boots from work boots and barn boots to Western boots and snip-toe boots. (Ian Pribanic/Community Impact Newspaper)

Old Boot Factory offers a wide variety of men’s and women’s boots from work boots and barn boots to Western boots and snip-toe boots. (Ian Pribanic/Community Impact Newspaper)

An Old Boot Factory store is expected to open at 304 N. Oak St., Roanoke, in March. Located in the old Book Carriage and Coffee Shop, the store offers a wide variety of men’s and women’s boots from work boots, barn boots and Western boots to snip-toe boots, soft-toe boots and Texas-style boots. The store will join three previous Dallas-Fort Worth locations, including a Tanger Outlet location at 15841 North Freeway, Ste. 1135, Fort Worth. 817-567-3122. www.oldbootfactory.com
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By Ian Pribanic

Ian Pribanic covers city government, transportation, business and education news for Community Impact Newspaper in the Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth areas. A Washington D.C. native and University of North Texas graduate, Ian was previously an editor for papers in Oklahoma, West Texas and for Community Impact in New Braunfels.


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