Levis Barstow Western Shirt - Black

  • Levis Barstow Western Shirt - Black
  • Levis Barstow Western Shirt - Black
  • Levis Barstow Western Shirt - Black
  • Model: RVBRUUE
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Levi's Barstow Western Shirt - Black

The Levi's Barstow Western Shirt is as iconic as the Levi's 501's and the classic Trucker Jacket. Worn by pioneers, outliers and outcasts, Levi's Western Shirts have been tested by generations and continue to define the modern dress code. The Barstow Western features original western yoke details, chest pockets and a snap-front closure, symbolic of rugged American culture.

100% Cotton

Lightweight denim

Western snap flap chest pockets

Front and back pointed Western yokes

Classic fit

We suggest ordering true to size for a tailored fit or size up for a more relaxed fit

Levi Strauss & Co. first produced the “Western shirt” around 1926. By 1937, the company had its first separate Western Wear line, focused on ranch wear. By the mid to late 1950s, Levi Strauss & Co.’s Western shirt had become a printed or woven cotton product, often featuring wild patterns and colors. These 1950s shirts usually had mother-of-pearl snaps instead of buttons, and often featured the “Sawtooth” style pocket flap, as well as the traditional one-point flap.

Levi Strauss & Co. has been innovating since the birth of the first pair of jeans on May 20th, 1873. One day the wife of a local laborer asked Jacob Davis, a tailor and one of Levi's loyal customers, to make a pair of pants for her husband that wouldn't fall apart. Jacob came up with the idea to put metal rivets at points of strain, like pocket corners and the base of the button fly. Davis collaborated with Levi and soon the first riveted clothing was made and sold. The first pair of 'jeans' were made from traditonal denim, a popular choice of fabric for men's workwear, and within a very short time the jean was a bona fide success.

Levis Barstow Western Shirt - Black