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Jayson DaBoi

Sin in the City 2017 Bootblack Coordinator, Presenter

Sin in the City 2016 Bootblack Coordinator, InterPOL Head Judge
Sin in the City 2015 Bootblack Coordinator
Sin in the City 2014 Bootblack Coordinator, SouthWest Olympus Leather Contestant Coordinator
SouthWest Olympus Leather 2013 Judge

What I love to do is help, and I will pimp for any Leather man or woman for just about anything. Jayson Daboi is my name bootblacking's my game, you can also see me spazz out as a puppy or the auction helper, just as the attendees of Women's International Leather Legacy 2015! A native to New Mexico, my friends would say I'm loyal, inspiring, loving, and easily a lifetime friend and family member to those I allow in, and you know, they might just be right. I officially started in the Leather lifestyle in 2005, but I've always had leather blood pumping through my veins. I'm the 2010 International Ms. Bootblack, and that dream started at a young age. My father demonstrated the craft of creating a shine upon my own shoes, and I was had... hook, line, and polish! I continued those traditions into the military, and now I'm able to share them among our community.

Boots create a spiritual foundation of the Leather Walk, I believe, and I want to ensure that everyone has access to a solid, beautiful, and polished foundation. I enjoy sharing my love of leather care and traditions with all willing to learn. When not working my day job, you can often find me blacking boots in a cigar bar or living room, or out in the community fundraising for those in need. My nights are full of supporting local, regional, and (as time/funds permit) national events, teaching up and coming bootblacks, and, most importantly, as I've said many times in the past, “Enjoying life no matter what.” And that's what I'm doing, proudly serving Ian Coleman as his boi, and look for me on the patio smoking a cigar. My goal is to find as many stilettos as I can and there owners to enjoy some amazing, hot fun in the bootblack stand. I believe in ohana in its truest form; ohana is family, no one gets left behind or FORGOTTEN.