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For over 40 years Wild Bill's Western Store has been sharing the warmth of friendly southern hospitality that Texans and cowboys are known for. The store is located in the historic West End of downtown Dallas in an old redbrick building dating back...more
We had brunch up at the Star complex in Frisco and popped into Lucchese there, but it’s a very small store (boutique) with limited selection on site. We made our way downtown to Wild Bills and had an amazing experience from the minute we walked...More
I visited to get a cowboy hat on the first day of my visit to Dallas and Bruce the store manager made sure I got the right fit.
Just had to go back the following day to take a proper look at the range of...More
If you are looking a store to find a Dallas souvenir, shirt or cowboy boots, this is a cute store to browse. It is in an old storefront with a lot of charm. The selection of boots was OK and of course they are priced...More
I was with friends in Dallas for a weekend and on a mission to find some great boots. We went to Wild Bill's and the store is very cool. The boot selection is great - although truthfully probably better for men's boots than women's. Unfortunately,...More
I was never in the market to buy cowboy boots- I am not that type of traveller. But the weather was getting colder in November and I found myself walking past, and then straight in to Wild Bill's Western Store. Sure, there's the classic- I...More
So if Texas western wear is what you are after, this is the place. Apparently THE place to get high quality boots, hats, belts, buckles, and General Western wear.
Many celebrities have gotten their boots, hats and other from here. They custom mold hats, custom...More
From the character of the exterior to the smell of the leather when you walk in the door, Wild Bill's is an immersive experience!
I knew I was buying a cowboy hat when I walked in (you can't go to Texas and not come back...More