A Wyoming deputy is making some national noise over his choosing to retire from the police force instead of turning in his cowboy boots. The new sheriff of a Wyoming county has banned his deputies from wearing cowboy hats and cowboy boots, a change that led one longtime deputy to retire rather than give up his Western attire.

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There are other types of similar cowboy work boots that offer durability, water-proofing, steel-toes and comfort for long days on your feet. All of this is with the look and style that you love about the traditional cowboy boot. The uniform change is "kind of the reason why I retired," Bryson told the Casper Star-Tribune. "I am not going to change. I've been here for 40-odd years in the sheriff's office, and I'm not going to go out and buy combat boots and throw my vest and hat away and say, `This is the new me.'"

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