So I started browsing around online. Now, if you’ve ever googled “motorcycle boots,” then you know: 99 percent of “motorcycle boots” have zero business being anywhere near a motorcycle. Still, one brand kept popping up, and it belonged to a name I was plenty familiar with: Frye. I knew of Frye as a maker of cowboy boots, a brand that had been around since the 1800s. There was even a dusty-cool, black-and-white video on its website that featured two of my favorite singers, Lukas Nelson and Margo Price, kicking around the desert. And their boots looked really great both in color and in dusty black and white. But, of course, I was skeptical. I mean, it’s the internet.