Western Shirt - 5.6oz. Japanese Stretch Black

Sale price$295.00

Size: X-Small
Western Shirt

Back Length 30" 30.5" 31" 31.75 32.5" 33.25"
Chest 20.5" 21.5" 22.50" 24" 25.5" 27"
Sleeve Length 25" 25.5" 25.5" 26" 26.5" 26.75"
Shoulder Width 17.25" 18" 18.75" 19.62" 20.5" 21.38"

An instant Colt classic!  Every man needs at least one Western in their wardrobe and this Japanese denim example is an American classic. Our signature details include 45 caliber shell snaps and double reinforced gussets to protect the seam no matter what you get up to.  Other details include two pointed flap pockets with snap closure at the chest, pointed western front & back yokes and triple snap cuffs.

Pair this shirt up with black denim for a Johnny Cash Western look or wear it over a basic tee with chinos for a more contemporary feel. 

  • Made in USA


This item is currently being produced. Expected ship date is in early April. Please contact us if you have any questions.

Western Shirt - 5.6oz. Japanese Stretch Black

Rampant Colt

Sam Colt was an innovator in many ways, he was among the first to harness the power of the brand name and image. For example, Colt used a four-headed colt image inlaid into the first pistols he ever made in Patterson New Jersey. He began developing the idea of the Colt as a representation for the brand. As his ideas of the colt imagery grew so did the size of his business and the opportunity to use them at scale. There are literally hundreds of colt images that have been uses as engravings, letterhead, stamps and even as the lead image on the stock certificates of the 1940s.

Colt Signature

Fortunately for us Sam Colt had great penmanship. The signature we use comes directly from a letter that exists which he signed and dated. There are many such documents and on every one his signature is just as crisp and clean. This signature started the thread of authenticity that weaves throughout Colt Manufacturing.

Colt logos through time

  • 1832 Four-headed reverse horse head design
  • 1836-42 Colt in walking or running position
  • 1864 Rampant Colt as we know it used on the dome of the Colt factory in Hartford, CT