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Bib-front western shirt in black Tencel



Named after its iconic bib front, this remains pivotal in the history of western wear. Also referred to as the fireman or cavalry shirt as its diffusion happened in the wake of the American civil war and the push in westward migration. Our take on this icon is done in a soft drapy black Tencel using contrasting white snap buttons from Scovill® as it accentuates a V-shaped silhouette. Front placket buttons are concealed for a more sleek and clean look. Our own customized collar tips are removable.
  1. Scovill® contrasting round snap buttons
  2. Piped edges along bib front
  3. Concealed buttons on front placket
  4. Long sleeves with snapped barrel cuffs
  5. Long tails
  6. Edge stitching using fine thread and extra high Stitching Per Inch (SPI)
  7. Tencel® (organic) in a 210GSM twill weave
  8. Long sleeves with snapped barrel cuffs
Size guide






  • Ranger belt

    4-piece ranger belt in straight version



    4-piece ranger belt in straight version

    Four-piece ranger belt in straight style done in english bridle leather. The 4-piece ranger buckle (one buckle, two keepers and one tip) takes inspiration from vintage ranger buckles from Santa Fe New Mexico however reinterpreted with an elongated tip, rounded keepers etc. Special features:
    1. English bridle leather strap in straight style
    2. 4-piece ranger buckle configuration
    3. Inter-changeable buckle mechanism
    4. The belt tip locked in place through a small whole and a peg in the tip
    5. Enhanced tip length
    Size guide



  • Civil war cavalry trucker cap in black



    Civil war cavalry trucker cap in black

    The Civil War Calvary classic 5-panel mesh trucker hat with adjustable snapback boast a 11cm x 8,5cm large patch with gold embroidered crossed sabers motif  and borders and two olive branches embroidered along its bill/brim. Finished with a gold cord band along its front, the Gold Leaves Trucker has the complete "Captain's Hat" treatment in a comfortable and easy to wear ball cap.



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  • Bolero jacket

    Bolero western jacket in wool



    Bolero western jacket in wool

    The Bolero jacket tracks its origin back to twelfth-century Spain where cattle herders wore low-crowned hats, bolero jackets, sashes, tight-fitting trousers, and spurred boots. The dress of gauchos and vaqueros may have originated in Spain but new articles of dress were added because of the various environments in which cattle herders performed their work. The Vaqueros of Mexico is considered the most direct ancestor of the American cowboy and in the cultural and technological merge between native tribes, Spanish and Northern European settlers in the North American South West, a new form of dress developed into what is defined present day western wear. The traditional Bolero jacket is short or waist-length due to its horseback heritage and adorned with embroiders and embellishments. The 50 and 60s versions were usually done in Rayon twill, however we opted for 350gsm 100% wool fabric in our “winter” edition. Other features are:
    • Action/bi-swing back to improve mobility
    • Adjustment tabs on the back
    • Pre-shaped tailored sleeves
    • Original Scovill® Gripper® duo studs
    • Broad waistband
    • Piping along front yoke
    • Tailored fit



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  • 4-piece ranger belt in black suede and leather



    4-piece ranger belt in black suede and leather

    Four-piece ranger belt with ¾ inch billet straps sewn onto a wider 1 1/4  inch body. The 4-piece ranger buckle (one buckle, two keepers and one tip) takes inspiration from vintage ranger buckles from Santa Fe New Mexico however reinterpreted with an elongated tip, rounded keepers etc.
    1. Wider body (1 ¼ inch)
    2. Narrower billet straps in the front (¾ inch)
    3. 4-piece ranger buckle configuration
    4. Inter-changeable buckle mechanism (three snap buttons to allow easy change, one to attach the buckle and one each for the two keepers)
    5. The belt tip locked in place through a small whole and a peg in the tip
    6. Enhanced tip length
    Size guide



  • Western down vest with single-piece leather yoke



    Western down vest with single-piece leather yoke

    Iconic down vest with a seamless single-piece leather yoke inspired by the down vests that came out of Jackson Hole in Wyoming known as "the Cowboy State", U.S.A., in the late 1960s. The Enhanced version of the single-pieced leather yoked down vest builds on this heritage however with enhanced shapes and details for a stronger impact:
    1. Enhanced yoke shapes both on front and back
    2. Seamless single-piece leather yoke
    3. Two large hip pockets
    4. Scovill® snap buttons and zipper
    5. 70D Nylon Taffeta
    6. 860 fill power
    7. Goose Down is used (93% down, 7% feather)



Bib-front western shirt

The range of shirts have all been done with the scope to enhance all quintessential design elements of the western shirt such as the signature pointed yokes on the front and on the back, longer tails, duel chest pockets with pointed flaps, pearl-snap closures down the front placket, and at the pearl-snapped cuffs.

All such design elements were conceived for a utilitarian purpose. A lonesome rider out on the range wouldn’t have to worry about carrying needle and thread to replace a button; the flaps on his pockets kept his tobacco tin from bouncing out while he rode; the yokes, with their double fold, made his shirt durable; the tighter fit prevented his shirt from getting caught on saddle horns and barbed wire; and the extra-long tails stayed tucked into jeans.

"done with the scope to enhance all quintessential design elements of the western shirt"
"Western shirt pockets are like the grill on a car: they define the western shirt as much as any other element, or more"

The bib shirt tracks its origin back to mid-19th firefighters on both sides of the Atlantic, as the distinctive “shield” front provided extra warmth around the chest, acting as a windbreaker to block cold winter winds.

When Isaac Singer began mass producing sewing machines in 1856, it suddenly became possible to mass produce clothing as well. The factory-made shirt came along just in time for the American Civil War, when the northern and southern armies had an urgent need for millions of mass produced uniforms. Bib front shirts became a popular uniform choice in both armies as the bib not only gave a soldier extra protection against the elements, but it also served as an easy to access place for a soldier to store a tobacco pouch, pictures of loved ones, letters from home, or a light lunch, leaving his hands free for his knapsack and weapon.

After the war, many soldiers returned home only to join the United States largest westward migration and their bib front shirts went with them. Since they were made of fine gabardine wool, they lasted forever. (The Union made everything out of wool, including the soldiers’ underwear, hence the name “Union suit.”) There was little need for formal attire in the wild west, and the bib front shirt quickly became a standard western garment and trademark of the American cowboy.

Hollywood’s Golden Age Westerns truly popularized the bib shirt. John Wayne wore bib shirts in numerous films, including 1939’s Stagecoach, 1947’s Angel and the Badman, 1948’s Red River and 1956’s The Searchers.

Bib fron western shirt

Why we use Scovill® Gripper®

The Sneum RRR range of western shirts are all made using original Scovill® Gripper® snap buttons. Founded more than 200 years ago in Waterbury, Connecticut. USA,

Scovill® is a pioneer within snap buttons and accredited for being the first to apply snap buttons to western shirts back the mid 1940s. Their groundbreaking methods has made them into an industry icon synonymous with highest quality, durability and style.

This is not just a snap button. This is a piece of history.

Scovill Gripper Duo Studs x SNEUM RRR


We chose to introduce TENCEL™ in our range of western shirts for two main reasons:

Firstly, TENCEL™ shares many of the same characteristics as Rayon which were one of the most common fabrics used for the original vintage western shirts of the 40s and 50s. Both fabrics are characterized by a flattering drape and fluidity which gives it its uniqueness vis-à-vis other fabrics.

Tencel logo

Secondly TENCEL™ is one of the most environmentally friendly fabrics on the market. It is made from cellulose in wood pulp, which is harvested from tree-farmed eucalyptus trees. Cellulose is the natural polymer that makes up the living cells of all vegetation. The tree farms have been established on land unsuitable for food crops or grazing—no old growth forests, genetic manipulation, irrigation, or pesticides are used.

The fiber is produced via an advanced ‘closed loop’ solvent spinning process, with minimal impact on the environment and economical use of energy and water. The solvent used in the process is toxic but 99% is recovered and continually recycled. The process received the European Award for the Environment from the EU.

Key properties:

  • Comfortable: Similar to rayon in feel, Tencel is soft, breathable, lightweight and comfortable.
  • Lasting: Shrink-resistant, durable and easy to care for, Tencel is an exceptionally strong fiber, both wet and dry.
  • Color Rich: Tencel was created with color in mind, because of the fibers’ high absorbency. The fabrics can be dyed to high quality standards.
  • Easy to Maintain: Tencel garments are easy to pack, resist wrinkling and dry quickly. Most are machine washable, although different garment constructions may have specific cleaning requirements.
  • Natural: Tencel is made from the natural cellulose found in wood pulp. The fiber is economical in its use of energy and natural resources, and is fully biodegradable

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