Roper Classic Tone-on-Tone Shirt - Snap Front, Long Sleeve (For Men and Big Men)

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Overview

About Roper Classic Tone-on-Tone Shirt - Snap Front, Long Sleeve (For Men and Big Men)

Closeouts. For the charming cowboy who needs an equally charming shirt, Roper's Classic Tone-on-Tone shirt impressively stands up to the task with lustrous hues, subtle tonal prints, pearlized snap and a western-style yoke.

Specs

Specs about Roper Classic Tone-on-Tone Shirt - Snap Front, Long Sleeve (For Men and Big Men)

  • Long sleeves
  • Fabric: 80% polyester, 20% cotton
  • Closure: 6 snaps
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Made in China

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4.500000 5 Overall Rating: 4.5 Based on 2 reviews

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by BOB from Colorado on Tuesday, April 5, 2016
First time I order this type of shirt. will be ordering more very well made.
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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.