The Western shirt is a quintessential American garment. The snap-front style was first introduced by Jack Weil’s Denver-based brand Rockmount Ranch Wear in 1946. After that, numerous other brands iterated on the style — a slim-fit design with yokes that cover the shoulders, snap-button cuffs, a snap-button placket and unique chest pockets (e.g. sawtooth pockets, smile pockets). One of the enduring versions is made by Levi’s. A logical success for the brand that popularized denim, Levi’s offered the Western shirt in its recognizable fabric. The California brand now makes a few different styles of the shirt, and its most accessible model is on sale at Zappos for 31 percent off. That means you can get an iconic American shirt for just $41.
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