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Caboots' Cherry Blossom cowboy boots sell for $700. The company's inventory ranges from one-of-a-kind custom boots to mass-market offerings such as $80 storm-trooper shoes.
NEXT: $1,000 El Paso boot
Last updated April 23 2008: 9:16 AM ET
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