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Elliotts Boots to open Friday

Elliotts Boots will open its doors in Farragut Friday, Nov. 26, just in time for Black Friday shopping.

“We will have some special purchase types of sales,” said owner Jack Elliott.

Elliott opened his first store in Farragut in 1982 at a small shop off Kingston Pike, across from the current U-Haul location.

After a year, he moved to another location off Western Avenue. Since then, Elliott has opened six stores in Tennessee, including locations in Nashville, Cleveland, Morristown and Alcoa.

“This is going to be our biggest store and kind of our flagship store,” Elliott said of his new Farragut location at 620 N. Campbell Station Road.

“This is like being back home,” Elliott, who lives in Hardin Valley, said.

The 6,500 square-foot store will house a wide variety of casual and work boots for men, women and children, plus several high-end selections as well.

The store will carry Uggs, Frye, Merrell, Ecco, Chacos, Justin and Wolverine boots, shoes and sandals at “popular price” points.

“Not too many dress boots,” Elliott said.

And Elliotts Boots will carry a variety of unique, high-end boots that are available only at his store.

Those brands include Le-Shameau, DuBarry, Filson and Lucchese.

DuBarry boots are functional, leather, waterproof boots made in Ireland.

“They’re very popular in the UK, and we will be the only store in East Tennessee that has them,” Elliott said.

The same will hold for waterproof rubber Le-Shameau boots.

“Again, we’ll probably be the only ones in East Tennessee that has them. They’re just very high quality,” Elliott said.

Lucchese boots are the iconic Texas brand that has outfitted every United States president for the past 40 years with a pair of Lucchese Presidential boots.

“John Wayne, Gene Autry, all the old cowboys wore them. They’re very prestigious,” Elliott said.

In addition to boots, Elliotts will offer a small array of apparel and outerwear, including brands such as Ariat and Merrell.

“Our selling premise is having a large inventory, a big selection and having quality brands,” Elliott said.

“It will be huge with all authentic-type boots,” he added.

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