Western Tuxedo Pant



Color: Black
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The Western Tuxedo.


1885. Anson, Texas. The weekend before Christmas.

Local residents and cowboys converge on the Star Hotel for the first Cowboys’ Christmas Ball. Men are required to check hats and spurs at the door.

Dance music pours out from two fiddles, a bass violin, and a tambourine.

Couples take a turn around the room dancing the Square, the Heel-and-Toe Polka, Virginia Reel, the Paul Jones, the waltz.

The night is such a wild success that (minus a few stops and starts), the event has continued through the years.

If you hold a ticket to the next ball, you’ll want to wear this.

Be sure to check your hat (and your spurs) at the door.


Western Tuxedo Pant (No. J8040) in a marvelous three-season wool poly blend barathea, a soft fabric with a lightly pebbled or ribbed feel. Western details abound. Wide belt loops with pointed-end tab ends, Western slash front pockets, welted back pockets with snap-dow flaps Silk contrast side stripes. Distinctive pic-stitching at pocket edges. Bemberg lining. Corozo buttons at interior waistband and suspender attachment. Hidden metal hook closure at center front waistband. Zip fly. Hidden ring snaps under back pocket flaps. Imported.

Complete the look with the Western Tuxedo Jacket.