The Iconic Burns
When I think of Park City, Utah, I think about hitting the slopes, freshly fallen powdery snow, and trying to act like a professional, while really crashing about 30 times on the bunny hills. However, Burns Cowboy Shop has me reevaluating my image of this mountain town mostly known for their superior ski slopes.
The world today is all about convenience and accommodations; if I wanted a non-fat-skinny-mini-sugar-free-latte (which, ew), I could get one whenever I wanted. While coffee orders that have more syllables than supercalifragilisticexpialidocious may not be my thing, a cowboy store that creates custom orders for all things western most definitely is. Even better? All Burns Cowboy Co. goods, including boots and hats, are handcrafted by their very own employees.
Burns is a family business that first opened their doors in 1876, a date closer to the founding of our nation than to current. For reference, outlaw Johnny Ringo was still alive at the time of its inception. Today, you will notice some of their hats on the hit drama Yellowstone, as well as worn by pop star (once country singer) Post Malone.
So, next time you’re looking for some one-of-a-kind, truly unique to you western attire, check out the iconic Burns Cowboy Co.