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.
The single-point pocket shirt might be the most iconic of them all, or at least the most common version. It is characterized by the single-point pocket flap in the center from where it derives its name.
Our a version has been given extra pointy pockets and pocket flaps. The yokes, considered a key element in western design, has likewise been enhanced rendering them more impactful and unique. Add to that original Scovill® Gripper® round snap buttons and you have something truly unique. In addition a Navajo styled concho button has been added at the neck.
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.
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