Old Steamboat Plaid Corduroy Shirt
Back in the late 19th century and into the early 20th, Old Steamboat earned his reputation as “The Horse That Couldn’t Be Ridden.” At 1100 pounds with three white socks, he bucked off nearly anyone who ever tried to ride him.
In time, he became a symbol of a way of life in Wyoming. While license plates commemorate him today, his defiant spirit influenced us to name our corduroy plaid shirt after him.
As shirts go, also legendary.
Old Steamboat Plaid Corduroy Shirt (No. T1101). Bucking all conceived notions, fine, 16-wale cotton has been yarn-dyed and garment-washed for a softer feel. Button-down collar, shirttail hem. Machine wash. Imported.