1960s Vintage White Contrast Shirt
Here's a classic western shirt with a twist! This is a men's, lightweight cotton sheer long sleeve western button down shirt. It has two chest pockets on the front with off center pointy flaps, all the original snaps, and navy blue contrast stitching throughout! The yokes are plain, so you can add patches to them to make it your own! It's labeled "Tru West Rockmount Ranch Wear Denver, CO, custom fitted", fabric feels like cotton. Jack A. Weil “Papa Jack” founded Rockmount Ranch Wear in 1946. He was the oldest CEO in the world, working daily until age 107. Papa Jack made the first Western shirts with snaps and was key to popularizing Western fashion. He was also the first to commercialize bolo ties too. This shirt is in excellent condition, minor collar yellowing. The chest measures 48 inches, shoulders 18 1/2 inches. This is an authentic vintage piece in wearable condition, that has been cleaned and repaired (if necessary). Flaws will be noted, but please ask any questions you may have as this is a FINAL SALE garment and cannot be returned. All items are measured flat the same way we measure our reproduction items. The maximum measurement is listed. Most vintage fabrics do no have stretch, so please take into consideration when looking at size.
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