Rock & Roll Denim Women's Boot Cut Riding Jeans

Boot Barn Item #: 2018116
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Rock & Roll Denim Women's Boot Cut Riding Jeans
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  • 98% Cotton 2% Spandex
  • Riding jeans
  • Boot cut
  • Dark wash
  • Light distressing
  • Whip stitching on back pockets
  • Machine wash cold, tumble dry
  • 34" & 36" inseams available

Ride in comfort in these Women’s Rock & Roll Cowboy Riding Jeans. These are great jeans for riding with a cotton spandex blend that has just the right amount of stretch. Made for comfort and durability, these jeans are both flattering and comfortable in the saddle. The stylish fading on the front makes these jeans look and feel worn in and the whip stitching on the back pockets give these jeans a simple but stylish look.

Style(s): W7-9516

Rise: Mid
Lifestyle: Western
Material: Cotton
Color: Blue
Product Weight: 2 lbs
Closure: Zipper
Print In the 1930s, two teenage brothers, Ernest and Martin Hochster, emigrated from Germany to New York City and began learning all aspects of the fashion process – from design and production to sales and marketing. By the 1940s, they had the talent and knowledge to start their own shirt company in Minneapolis – Westmoor Mfg Co.

Then in 1975, wanting to get closer to the consumer market, they made a giant leap to Texas. Whether it was because of that move, the Urban Cowboy fad, the second generation joining the family business, or of course its unique designs (perhaps a combination of all four), Panhandle Slim's shirt business blossomed.

It wasn’t until the 21st century that the third generation joined the company and created new labels, Rock & Roll Cowgirl – a hip collection with fashion-forward shirts and premium denim, popular not just with cowgirls but with people of all backgrounds and walks of life.

Today, Rock & Roll Cowgirl is one of few privately owned Western apparel companies, and prides itself on creating fresh styles for customers in the ever-changing Western fashion world.