Color: Salt and Pepper
Born on the American frontier where there was nary a tailor in sight, the signature feature of a solid Western Shirt is the use of snaps rather than buttons. Snaps are far more durable and less prone to be torn off than a sewn on button, especially when you’re, say, ropin’ cattle on the open range. Lucky for the rest of us non-cowboy types, snaps look pretty darn cool too, especially the unique burnt cow bone snaps Flint and Tinder used in their Bone Button Western. And you better believe it’s made in the USA, ‘cause there’s just no other place to make an authentic Western Shirt.
|Sleeve: Center Back to Sleeve Opening||34½||35||35½||36||36½|
|Body Length: High Shoulder to Bottom||27⅞||28¼||28⅝||29||29⅞|
All measurements are in inches.