Roper Classic Stripe Western Shirt - Snap Front, Short Sleeve (For Men and Big Men)

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Overview

About Roper Classic Stripe Western Shirt - Snap Front, Short Sleeve (For Men and Big Men)

Closeouts. Flashes of metallic threads make Roper's classic stripe shirt stand out in a sea of westerns. Still, pointed yokes and pearlized snaps keep it true to its cowboy roots.

Specs

Specs about Roper Classic Stripe Western Shirt - Snap Front, Short Sleeve (For Men and Big Men)

  • Short sleeves
  • Fabric: 79% polyester, 20% cotton, 1% metallic, 80% polyester, 20% cotton (color 02)
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Made in China

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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 1 reviews

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Louisiana man from louisiana on Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Nice shirt, fits true to size. The material is light weight and comfortable.
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About Roper

Roper apparel and boots hit the fashion scene more than fifty years ago, striding into the spotlight with the confidence of an old Western gunslinger. Rugged boots and dependable western wear soon gave them a name among bronc-busting cowboys and rodeo goers. It wasn't long before dude ranch vacationers were taking home their piece of the Old West and spreading the Roper name. As the popularity of traditional ranch wear grew, Roper expanded to include sassy styles for genuine cowgirls and those who simply wanted to be. Today you can outfit every member of your family in Roper boots and apparel, from the littlest cowpoke to the oldest range rider.