Who was the first guy to do this and why did it have such an impact on the other guys around him? Is anyone surprised that such a thing has remained a local trend and not gone viral? It's the kind of foolishness that usually become a big hit with the kids - for all the ten minutes that the fad lasts.
You really need a lot of guys around you saying this is a good look to ever attempt it yourself. No one wants to be goofed on for dressing stupid.
Mr Calderon, who is more used to making cowboy boots, said: 'I thought, "What's up with this dude?
He explained how the boot in the photo measured 60 centimetres (23 inches) 'but we made him a pair that were 90 centimetres (35 inches) long.'
The next thing Mr Calderon knew, everyone wanted the bizarre pointy boots, from young boys attending church ceremonies to teenagers for nights out at the local disco.
He should have been run out of the county on a rail because this is not fashion. The only way that guys would submit to this look is because the ladies like it. Impressing women is the reason for all ridiculous male behavior in this world.
Dancing in such outlandish footwear is no mean feat.
Francisco Garcia, 18, of the Los Primos dance crew, revealed: 'There are some steps where you have to cross your feet and throw yourself to the ground and you can't do that with the pointy boots.'
For others, though, it's worth the effort, as the unlikely trend is become something of a babe-magnet according to one young fan.
University student Pascual Escobedo, 20, said: 'At the beginning I didn't like them very much, but the girls wouldn't dance with you if you weren't wearing pointy boots.' Housewife Laura Soto, 36, added: 'The boots makes them look more sexy because you can tell they are daring.'
So let's sum up. If you live in this region of Mexico, the only way you will get a woman is to impress her with your length of your boot curl and your chicken dancing skills - just as nature intended.