About us

Our company

We are primarily a distributor and sell 90% of our goods to independent shops mainly in France and Europe. We also sell through this site a few hundred pairs directly to the public by correspondence.

Having a stock of boots almost permanent, we are the preferred partner of many shops, because we are one of the few distributors to be able to deliver a pair in less than 3 days (and often the next day).

Our shop

Adress

EUROPE-STYLE Sarl / GO'WEST
Z.I.D de l'Omois - Bézuet 
02400 BEZU ST GERMAIN/ France ( 90 km à l'Est de Paris ) 
TVA / VAT / IVA N° FR 59 597 220 318 
Tél. : +33.(0)3.23.83.59.30 
Fax : +33.(0)3.23.83.50.39 
Mail : oliviergowest@orange.fr

History

Go'West is a French brand created by Mr. and Mrs. Jean Guillemette in 1974 in Paris.
At the time, it was necessary to give a name corresponding to a collection of western-inspired boots.
Despite the difficulties and globalization, the brand still belongs to the same family. We develop our models in France and we have them made in the various partner factories in Mexico in the purest tradition: everything is made of leather, lining and sole (with the exception of the "MOTO" boots) and the soles are sewn according to the method "GOOD YEAR WELT"
The brand is distributed by the SARL EUROPE-STYLE.
Our goal is to bring you a quality product with the best possible durability / price ratio.
Go'West boots are strong and have an average life of 8 years (with proper and ongoing maintenance).
So 200 € divided by 8 years that makes an annual price of 25 €,
an unbeatable price.

Our boots can be considered environmentally friendly, especially when compared to the production of oil-based trainers, whose life span is much shorter and the repair almost impossible. On the other hand, today, no animal is shot in the first place for its skin but above all for its meat (except maybe the Crocodile) so use the leather to make boots.
Finally, the main pollution in the manufacture of our boots comes from tanneries of leather, big consumers and polluting water. However, Mexicans have also become aware of this problem and are installing more and more water purification plants downstream of tanneries.