Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Western Shirt

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Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Western Shirt
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PrintShirt Features:

  • Western style with snap front placket
  • Double front pockets with snaps
  • Jack Daniel's embroidery on left front, left arm, and back yoke
  • 100% Cotton
  • Machine washable and easy to care for
  • Your friends at Jack Daniel's and Boot Barn remind you to drink responsibly

Show your enthusiasm for Tennesse's best whiskey, Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 with this bold embroidered shirt by Ely Cattleman. This shirt is a classic western long sleeve shirt with pearl snap buttons on the front placket, the front pockets, and the sleeves. You will be the envy of the Jack Daniel's fanatics around you with the Jack Daniel's logo on the sleeve, and the Jack Daniel's detailing on the front and back of the shirt. This shirt is 100% cotton, machine washable, and easy to care for. This shirt is great for you or would make a great gift for the Jack Daniel's devotee in your life!

Style(s): 225006JD-89

Lifestyle: Western
Material: Cotton
Product Weight: 1 lbs
Print The legendary Jack Daniel, son of Calaway Daniel, was born Jasper Newton “Jack” Daniel and he was one of thirteen children. He was a very fascinating person – from birth to death legend surrounded him. And in between he created Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey. His whiskey alone makes him legendary in most eyes. No one really knows exactly when Jack Daniel was born. Courthouse records were destroyed in a town fire and conflicting dates on Mr. Jack’s and his mother’s headstones have left his date of birth in question. Mr. Jack passed away in 1911, not only leaving his Tennessee Whiskey behind, but a valuable lesson as well: Don’t go to work to early.

Many stories have been passed down about the significance of Old No. 7. Some say that Jack Daniel had 7 girlfriends, or that the way he wrote his “J” looked like a 7. Some say he chose the number 7 simple because of it’s luck. Only Mr. Jack knows the real reason. Either way, we consider ourselves lucky that he created Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey the way he did.

Your friends at Jack Daniel’s reminds you to drink responsibly.