Robin: Really, red cowboy boots?
Ted: I pull those off.
Marshall: Hey, Lil, if I said, "Ted cannot pull these off" what would I be talking about?
Lily: His red cowboy boots.
- —The gang on Ted's Red Cowboy Boots, Everything Must Go
Ted's Red Cowboy Boots, as the name suggests, were a pair of red colored cowboy boots which were owned by Ted Mosby. He is under the impression that he can "pull them off", but everyone else thinks otherwise. However, a gay couple (dubbed the "G-CWOK" for "gay couple without kids") believed Ted can pull them off after he asked them because of their "impeccable taste and style". He bought them while Robin and him were dating, at the same store she met Nick for the first time, after a woman told Ted that he would look hot in them right after he was mocking anyone willing to wear them. They were finally destroyed at Weekend at Barney's when Jeanette burns them. Because this action led to Ted being ready to finally settle down, the Red Boots represent a life that he was finally ready to leave behind.
The destruction of the Red Boots coincided with the destruction of Barney's The Playbook, an item that represented Barney's old life.
People who have worn the bootsEdit
- The Three Days Rule
- The Over-Correction
- Bad Crazy
- Weekend at Barney's
- Vesuvius (In the Wedding Bride 2)
|Friends & Family||Robin Scherbatsky • Marshall Eriksen • Lily Aldrin • Barney Stinson • Alfred Mosby • Virginia Mosby • Heather Mosby • Stacy • Ted's kids • Tracy McConnell|
|Places||MacLaren's Pub • The Apartment • Wesleyan University • Gazzola's • Ted's house • Goliath National Bank • New GNB Headquarters • Ted's Architecture Class • Ted's Second apartment • Puzzles|
|Others||Yellow Umbrella • The Threeway Belt • Blue French Horn • Sensory Deprivator 5000 • Naked Lady Noise • Tuxedo Night • Tantrum • TurTurkeyKey • Intervention banner • Doctor X • Red Cowboy Boots • The Swords • Five Words • Mock Salutes • Classic Shmosby|