Concierge Design Services

In addition to our readily made boots, our concierge design service allows customers to create a one-of-a-kind pair of boots. Customers may modify an existing silhouette with an array of leathers and exotic materials. Each pair may be further customized with a monogram, ranch brand, or logo.

Customize Your Pair

Our Story

The Sisters Behind the Brand

Miron Crosby a luxury cowboy boot brand based in Dallas, Texas. Miron Crosby is inspired by our experiences of growing up on our family’s West Texas cattle ranch, and later living and working in New York City.

The collection, which features the iconic tall cowboy boot, the popular shorty, and a novel midi boot, aims to provide our customers with an authentic cowboy boot, made using the most luxurious production techniques, and designed with a focus more fashion than western. 

The artisanal boots for women and men are entirely handmade in Texas by Rios of Mercedes — a 160-year-old manufacturer owned by our cousins. There, master artisans with decades of experience cut, stitch, and last every pair by hand. 

XOXO, Lizzie Means Duplantis and Sarah Means

Behind The Name

Miron Crosby

We named Miron Crosby to pay homage to our ranch roots, our family, and our love of New York City. Miron is a play on our great grandfather’s name, Marion Otis Means. He was the ultimate gentleman as he was debonair and a cowman’s cowman. Crosby is the name of a pasture on our family’s cattle ranch, as well as one of our favorite streets in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City — a place for shopping and inspiration that has influenced our aesthetic. We love the intersection of West Texas and New York.

HANDMADE IN TX

Rios of Mercedes

Each pair of Miron Crosby boots is handcrafted in the ivy-covered Rios of Mercedes factory — a 160-year-old company owned and operated by our cousins — in Mercedes, Texas. There, a master artisan with decades of experience selects the luxurious leathers and exotic skins, then cuts, lasts and stitches every pair by hand.

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