Discover high-quality leathers and fabulous wearable art

Burns Cowboy Shop on Park City’s Main Street is your chance to discover high quality leathers and fabulous, wearable western art.

Their custom boots boast 136 years of definition, attention to detail, skill, savvy, and a passel of horsesense. Danna Burns-Shaw’s great, great grandfather started a harness business in southern Utah which has evolved and blossomed into the glamorous label of today. Over the years, the family has produced everything horses and riders require, a tool storage device for pickups, and woven seat covers. Danna has steered the business into clothing, boot, and hat design with a vision her ancestors would have applauded.

“You have to get ahead of change before it happens,” the shop owner claims. Every four months, Danna goes to Texas to bring new nature-based designs to her manufacturer. These boots, hats, and articles of clothing spring to life with her guidance.

Customers are delighted with the scope of fine leathers, exotic skins, and exquisite craftsmanship of these boots custom-designed and handcrafted in the U.S. The dazzling array of other Burns cowgirl/ cowboy products recreates an elegant Wild West. Think Italian goatskin on your feet, an exclusive Burns handbag or pocketbook,

a custom filigree silver trophy belt buckle, a pure Beaver broad- brimmed hat, and a wooly mammoth tooth knife or pen.

New this year are several private label products and the opportunity to design your own exclusive Burns custom hat. “Customers can choose the color, brim, shape, crown, and hatband to suit their style,” explains employee Jake Quarnberg. There are three qualities: Burns Custom 10x (all rabbit blend), 20x (50/50 rabbit and beaver blend), and pure (100% beaver). One Texas A&M alum ordered a burgundy hat with ’76 on the band depicting his graduating year.

At Burns Saddlery, in the classic small town of Salina, Utah, horse trappings, belts and hats are made where this extraordinary seventh generation family legacy began. Danna and husband Scott loved skiing in Park City in the 80s and decided this location could work for another retail shop. The historic store built 114 years ago has high ceilings, leather-tooled floor tiles, stunning, handcrafted boots stacked to the rafters, high quality western attire from American

artists, and salespeople who know exactly what they are doing. Burns Cowboy Shop is also located in Carmel, California, and the family is pleased to announce the opening of a new Burns Saddlery location in Lehi, Utah.

363 Main Street, Park City, 435-649-6300,

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