New Lucchese Store In Midland Invites Everyone To Their Grand Opening Party Tonight
The official grand opening party is today October 28th with a free performance by Texas Music artist Carson Jeffery, complimentary drinks from Lone River Ranch Water, and bites from MMC Half Acre. The party begins at 6 and everyone is welcome.
The iconic Western wear brand quietly opened its doors in Midland on Oct. 14. The boot and accessories brand first opened in San Antonio, Texas at Fort Sam Houston, a United States Cavalry School in 1883; however, this is the first store in the city of Midland.
The iconic Western brand Lucchese has expanded to the Permian Basin with a brand new store in Midland. The architectural design of the new store will reflect the history of the "Tall City" all while paying homage to the long-standing history of the Lucchese brand.
The new Lucchese store is located at 2705 N Big Spring Street in Midland. It is where Midland Meet Company used to be before opening Half Acre on north 349.
Lucchese was founded here in Texas in 1883 and has been providing cowboys and cowboys products that are authentic to the American West. Lucchese carries products of all kinds in a wide range to enhance one's lifestyle. Inside the store, you will be able to find boots, apparel, luggage, bags, belts, accessories, and more all in a wide range of colors. Customers will be able to purchase high-quality boots at various price points.
The Midland location will feature handcrafted designs from El Paso. It wouldn't be a true signature Lucchese store if they didn't off the one-of-a-kind experience of being custom fitted for your own custom-made boots.
Lucchese is excited to be opening a store in Midland, just ask president Doung Kindy:
“It is with great pleasure that we announce our Midland store,” says Doug Kindy, Lucchese President. “From business leaders to oilmen to ranchers, we are eager to supply the thriving Permian Basin community with a selection of handmade boots and western products that will fit any aspect of life.”
I remember when I first started in radio and we worked a lot with the western wear stores around here, there was this pair of purple looked like alligator skin boots that I wanted so bad but couldn't afford, even on sale. I think about that pair of boots every time I am looking at new boots. Maybe the new store will have something similar or maybe I could get a pair made just like them.