As many Montanans know, cowboy boots can tell a unique story about your life, your family and where you come from.
One Treasure State woman has created a successful business giving old boots new lives.
Nikki Edmundson lives in Harrison, (approximately) pop.165, with her husband, a rancher, and four kids.
“You’ll miss us if you’re not looking left, driving by,” said Edmundson.
But Harrison is the hub of her thriving boot making business, Canty Boots.
From this small town, she ships her high-fashion designs to an international audience, most recently including countries like Australia. Ranging from classic to extravagant, every pair of refashioned leather boots speaks for themselves.