Why Men Get Nervous When They Are About to Approach a Woman

We see them there in the bars, or the nightclubs, or even in the school yard. They are women, and they are scary. In order to try to ascertain why girls are indeed so scary to boys, we have to stop a moment and think back a long time ago. I’m not talking about last week; rather, I am talking about over fifty thousand years ago, in a time known as the Pleistocene. Try to imagine that you are a young male walking around the planet at this time. Typically you would have probably been in the African Savannah, and you would have been part of a group of around 50 people or so. In this group, about half would have been women. Of these 25 women, most will probably already have a mate. Some will be too old for a mate, and some will be too young. This means, that in a most probably scenario, you will probably only have about five girls whom you may consider a potential mate.

Now let us consider a scenario in which you approached one of the five girls, and she didn’t like you. This is bad but it is often not so bad as you think. Remember the game is a numbers game. Or perhaps she thinks you are too weak, stupid, odd, tall, short, ugly, pretty, or just too weird. What would be her next course of action? Well as soon as you walk away after being cut down by this girl, she of course is going to tell all of her friends. And who are her other friends, the other four girls in the group of course. So, we can see that, your failure to attract a woman in the Pleistocene would have met with horrendous results. The other girls in the group would have lost respect for you and your mating value would have been diminished significantly. Now, as fate turns out, with the invention of civilization, we no longer live in the Pleistocene. In the modern era, if you fail to attract a girl, chances are you may never see her again. But the problem is, the brain doesn’t know what civilization is. It is still living in the past because it hasn’t had enough time to evolve yet. Consequently, even to this day, when you enter a public gathering your brain is literally designed to make you anxious about approaching girls.

Cowboy Boots For Men

Whoever said that women were the only ones who could afford to be choosy about their footwear, while the guys would wear drab stuff all their lives. In recent times, fashion footwear for men has reached an all time high; and the variety of footwear available is simply mind boggling. Then again, keeping in mind the need to look fashionable even in times of bad weather, say during cold winters or rains, boots are the ideal option. In recent times, men’s cowboy boots have made massive leaps in fashion, and we intend to tell you about some of them. In case you are confused about so many choices, or want t know what would suit you the best, here’s the latest about men’s cowboy boots. Read on.

You know that style wise, there are several basic types of cowboy boots, which differ in terms of design. One of course, is the classic Wellington boot, the original cowboy boot. Then again, we have the Hessian boots, with a V-shaped cut in the front part – often lace or tassels are hung from this part, for the old Western look. We have the high heeled Horsemen boots; another similar type is the Cavalier boots, more expensive and the same high heel quality. In general, men’s cowboy boots are available in many varieties – different types of heels, material (pure leather or synthetic or faux materials), colors (from the classic brown to colors such as silver and purple!) and so on. One of the major innovations, of course, since the 1950s has been the change from square toe boots to round toe boots, although the former style has come back strongly in recent years as part of the retro cool fashion.

Then there are ‘cowboys’ for different uses – sports boots, called ‘risk taker’s boots’, Eskimo boots for cold weather. Both of these boots have thick soles and protective pads to protect your feet from sudden injuries/bitter cold climates. Then we have the ‘Executive boots’, ‘Funky Leather’ boots, and Worker’s Hiking Boots.

In general, leather boots are the best, as leather is perhaps the best material to use for men’s cowboy boots. It keeps your feet warm, does not wear out easily, and most importantly for men perhaps, you do not need to clean them that often.

Finally, do you know about Uggs? Well, the same company that wowed the fashion world with its trail blazing, ‘real ugly’ boots for women, endorsed by the likes of Kate Moss and Sarah Jessica Parker, are back, this time with Uggs (!) for men. these boots are remarkable in that they are ‘apparently, and deliberately ugly’, and a throwback to the original cowboy boots, those which were worn first by Australian sheep shearers. Later on, they were taken up by aviators to keep their feet warm, and finally by Australian surfers from the 70s onwards. This time around, the list of endorsers for Uggs goes like this – Justin Timberlake, Harvey Keitel, Ronnie Wood, Brad Pitt and so on. Need we give more encouragement?

Uses of Men’s Cowboy Boots

Boots for men is among the most popular fashion trends in recent times. There is an appropriate pair of these shoes with high coverage for men in every sphere of life. There is the correct pair for executive men, Eskimo boots to help through the snow, hiking boots that are excellent for tough conditions and those that can be worn to make a bold statement. Boots should be worn by those men who are confident and not afraid to take a few chances.

Men’s cowboy boots are great for cold weather. They protect the feet from frost bites and keep them warm. And since these boots usually come high up on the calves, they protect the legs partially as well. They can be worn with any kind of outfit, including jeans for casual wear and trousers for formal occasions.

Boots that are normally chosen by sports people are known as risk taker’s boots due to their hardy built. They can not only withstand rough weather, but are also ideal for protecting the feet from injury due to the thick leather out of which they are made. Eskimo boots are usually the best for very cold weather. You don’t even need to wear socks with them since the inside of the boots are lined with wool and covered with good quality durable leather that keeps the legs and feet warm enough.

Although no one thought Ugg boots would become a popular fashion wear, it has become a cult in international style due to celebrity endorsements like that of Kate Moss, Sarah Jessica Parker and Uma Thurman. The best thing about wearing boots is that not only is it comfortable and protects the feet, but it is also fashionable to sport a pair.

However, Ugg boots are now being promoted as men’s footwear as well. Celebrities like Bad Pitt, Harvey Keitel and Justin Timberlake among many others have been spotted wearing these Ugg(ly) boots. Originally created in Australia in the 1970’s for aviators to wear and keep their feet warm, and later adopted by surfers to protect themselves from hours of exposure to the cold waves of the sea, Ugg boots may be short for “ugly”, but they are being lapped up by the most fashionable elites of society at present.

Men’s cowboy boots are made by many companies in their distinct styles. Two of the most popular ones are the Hessian style and the Wellington style. They have a V cut along the center of the top. Horsemen are known to wear boots that come high up the leg and have considerable heels attached to them as well for maximum protection. A better version of such a boot was the Cavalier style that came out in the 1800s, with very high heels and superior quality of leather.

By the 1950’s the square toed boots were replaced by the round toed ones. It was the high point of cowboy fashion, complete with country music and rodeos. However, cowboy boots have been popular since before that time, and still is a rage among the world fashion scene.