Call me old fashioned but what is it with men dressing like vagrants? I've starched and pressed more shirts and wranglers than I can remember, but never minded because I liked the look. George Strait is a good example...sigh
Now, most older men seem to think casual means shirts with the sleeves cut off, wife beaters, ratty T shirts, loud Hawaiian prints and weird pants that look like they came from an obama factory.
My point of view could be skewed by the fact that my dad is & was always neatly dressed. Didn't matter whether he was deep in the belly of a harvester or hunting elk in the back of beyond. The Cowman's dad and the Cowman were the same way, as were the majority of their friends. Maybe it is unique to the cattle business.
I used to special order the Cowman's shirts (with a small discreet monogram) from a shirt company. Not that we had money to burn, but their shirts were in the long run well worth the money. Plus, I laundered them instead of sending them out. I wrote them a note once...
I have waited way too long to write this note. Thank You, for making a great * shirt. My husband is a cowman, and as such his shirts take a real stomping (usually with him in them). They've been singed by branding irons, stained with blood, mud, recycled grass, grease, and lipstick(mine only). His great * shirts just keep coming back for more, and have been around longer than his best dog. So, I'm here to order more and thank you again for making a truly affordable and durable shirt.
Sincerely, the Cowman's wife
Back came a nice note and a voucher for two shirts. YeeHaw!