Here is a Roper Vintage Western shirt with a grey and white serpent with snarling teeth. Featuring classic black pearl snaps, all in good working order. Cotton fabric.
This vintage western shirt is in good vintage condition, with light signs of wash and wear commensurate with age.
We estimate it to be Size L. Please check your measurements.
Measurements- (taken from seam to seam, while garment is lying flat.) You should compare the measurements of this vintage western shirt to something of your own, to best gauge the fit.
Shoulder to shoulder- 47 cm/ 18.5 inch Chest- 102 cm/ 40 inch Sleeve length (top side)- 64 cm/ 25 inch Length- 82 cm/ 32 inch
Only 1 available
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Dispatched within 1-2 days.
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We accept exchanges but not refunds.
Exchanges must be lodged within 3 days of delivery
Buyer pays return postage.
We estimate our sizes based on these charts. Measure yourself to find out your size.
We also provide measurements of the garment in the description, and suggest you grab a tape measure and compare the size to something similar of your own, to best gauge how it will fit.
We pride ourselves on the high standard of our vintage items and will not offer anything for sale that looks too worn out, has noticeable stains or needs repairs. However, being vintage, you should expect that most items will have signs of general wash and wear. We inspect every item carefully and will describe any noticeable faults, such as holes, marks or fading in the listings.
How we rate the condition...
Brand New- Newly made products.
Excellent- Flawless, no signs of wear.
Very good-slightly worn, or a negligible fault that is not obvious.
Good- may have some wear and/or minor fading, small marks,stains, minor pilling, a few stitches missing etc.
Fair- Has obvious flaws, however is still wearable and/or collectable. Faults will be outlined in the listing.