Corded Western Shirt
Sometimes I find it necessary to go the other way. To push when being pulled. A shirt like this helps me in those moments.
It made me smarter last fall after I got lost riding in the hill country outside of Austin.
It possesses something more than a good fit. Can I explain it? No. But I do recommend it.
Western Landscape Shirt
(No. 6709). Hardwearing construction meets all-day comfort in fine-wale Italian corduroy from famed mill Duca Visconti. The difference is in the details. To start, the flaps on the chest pockets aren’t the typical center point or less common “sawtooth” style. Instead, we angled the pocket so the snaps are off center. Second, the longer cuffs, which see three of the same vintage mother-of-pearl snap buttons that close the shirt at center front. In colors pulled right from a Southwest landscape. Imported.