Stetson Brown and Light Blue Dobby Plaid Snap Shirt
By: Stetson Apparel
- 100% Cotton Western Snap Shirt
- Slightly Tapered 'Modern' Fit
- Yarn Dyed Brown/Light Blue Plaid with Dobby Weave
- Contrast Trims on Inside Collar, Cuffs, and Button Strip
- Front and Back Western Yokes
- Silver Dobby Weave
This 100% Cotton snap shirt from Stetson features a Brown/Light Blue Plaid. The Yarn is died before the fabric is woven in the traditional style, rather than printing the plaid on the woven fabric. The two front pockets have a double western point/snap closure, with the left pocket featuring a slit in the flap for either a pen or glasses.
The shirt has a moderately tapered fit compared with the regular Stetson Cut. The shirt features a Silver Dobby weave - where a special textured cotton is woven into the fabric as a feature. The shirt has both front and back western yokes, with a back center seam. Chambray provides a subtle feature on the inside of the collar, while white cotton contrast has been used on the back of the button strip and reverse of the three snap cuffs.
Color: Brown/Light Blue Plaid with Light Blue Dobby Weave, Chambray & White Cotton Trims
Pockets: Two Front Pockets With Double Western Points & Snap Closures, Brown Embroidered Stetson 'S' on Left Pocket
Closure: Pearl Snaps with Stetson 'S', Top Button
Origin: Designed in the USA, Made in China
Machine Wash Cold on Delicate Cycle with Like Colors, Tumble Dry Low; Remove Promptly, Warm Iron if needed. Do Not Bleach.
|Chest||41"||46 1/2"||49 1/2"||52 1/2"||55 1/2"||58 1/2"|
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Legendary Stetson was founded in 1865 by John. B. Stetson after learning the hat trade from his father in New Jersey and moving out West. Stetson has since become the largest hat maker in the world and is synonymous with the culture of the West. The Stetson label later expanded its product line to also include apparel and continues to be a leader in western style.