It was his manga—his botas—his hat and spurs—his complete habiliments!
Yes, there were the manga, the sombrero, the botas and spurs.
The dice, the cards, and botas of mezcal and whiskey were immediately deserted.
The working people and peasants wore the cloth jacket, botas, and montero cap, with a profusion of tassels and buttons.
When on horseback their feet are encased in botas de potro; but for reasons of economy they do not wear them at ordinary times.
The mayordomo had retained his botas vaqueras, and his spurs with enormous rowels, which compel the wearer to walk tiptoe.
But these spurs in the piazza, these botas and calzoneros, these mangas and serapes, are not worn by Mexicans.
This digression on botas will be pardoned by all who, having ridden in Spain, know the absolute necessity of them.