Time Out says
Although New Yorkers aren’t known for their Western flair, Space Cowboy wants to change that by bringing a little El Paso flavor to Nolita. Rows of boots sourced from Mexico and Texas by brands like Rios of Mercedes, Old Gringo and Liberty are immaculately displayed on the right wall. Artist Giuseppe Petrocelli’s cowgirl paintings (created specially for the boutique) line the opposite wall, as does Daniel Belardinelli’s hilarious postcard artworks ($150). Comstock Heritage sterling-silver belt buckles ($450) and authentic American Hat Company toppers ($350-$575) are stylish extras, but boots are the main attraction here. Men will love the Liberty's stylish Billy Buck Pee Wee ($750), while the working cowboy will appreciate the Chopper Black by Planet Cowboy ($375). Ladies can style their Daisy Dukes with Liberty's Calabasas Pink boot ($1,250). Prices aren’t cheap, but the kicks are created in small factories from comfortable, breathable leather that will only look better with time.
234 Mulberry St
|Cross street:||between Prince and Spring Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: N, R to Prince St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sun 1–8pm|
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