Tecovas now offering boots, apparel, leather services at Market Street in The Woodlands

The Woodlands location will be the bootmaker's tenth. (Courtesy Tecovas)
The Woodlands location will be the bootmaker's tenth. (Courtesy Tecovas)

The Woodlands location will be the bootmaker's tenth. (Courtesy Tecovas)

Tecovas, the Austin-based handmade boot and leather goods supplier, opened its newest retail location Oct. 9 at Market Street in The Woodlands.

The new 3,029-square-foot store at 9595 Six Pines Drive, Ste. 550, The Woodlands, offers a range of the western bootmaker's men's and women's footwear as well as jeans, leather apparel, bags and accessories. Custom leather debossing and shoe shining are available in-store, and leather care kits are available for purchase. Refreshments, including beer and cocktails, are available for customers.


The Market Street site is the second Tecovas store to open in the Greater Houston area and the tenth overall across Texas, Oklahoma and Nebraska since the company's founding in 2015. 281-819-3399. www.tecovas.com
By Ben Thompson
Ben joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2019 and is a reporter for The Woodlands edition.


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