Fantastic re-production from the
LEVIS archives the 1940's shorthorn western shirt, so called the 'Saw Tooth' due to the
shape of the pockets. Made in a raw, dry sanforized denim these shirt have a very trim fit and long shirt tales designed to stay stucked in and smart while you hold on to the bucking steed. With mother of pearl snap buttons and western saddle yolk this is a true icon of the west, and hard to beat.
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During World War II the availability of raw materials for manufacturers was rationed for the consumer market, diverting much needed supplies to the war effort. From cotton to copper, the...
This jean has belt loops, but still retained the popular cinch and suspender buttons. Owners wore their jeans with a belt instead of suspenders, therefore they cut off the cinch...