- 100% cotton
- Competition series
- Long sleeves
- Plaid print
- Western back yoke
- Button front placket and cuffs
- Button down collar
- Dual front pockets with flaps and buttons
- Justin logo on back yoke and chest
- Wrangler logo on chest and collar
- Machine wash cold, tumble dry low
- Boot Barn Exculsive
Wrangler presents the Logo Shirt Competition Collection. Partnering with legendary Justin Boots, you can now wear a shirt just like your favorite rodeo riders. This Men's Plaid Long Sleeve Rodeo Shirt features the Wrangler logo embroidered onto the collar, over the right pocket, and large along the sleeve. The Justin Boots logo is embroidered over the left pocket and the back yoke. With functional design features like the button down collar and placket, and dual button flap pockets, this shirt can do as much work as the companies it displays.
With more than 60 years of heritage, the Wrangler® Western brand has established itself as the great American jeans lifestyle brand that was born in the spirit of the West and the great outdoors. Starting with the original Wrangler Cowboy Cut® 13MWZ - the jean "made for cowboys by cowboys," and the same jean originally made in 1947 - the brand has become synonymous with the Western way of life.
Wrangler Western Wear remains true to the brand's Western roots thriving on the cowboy aesthetic and the preservation of the American legacy while still offering new, style-savvy categories. The brand's latest lines include the Premium Performance Cowboy Cut® jean, an update to the original 13MWZ with added comfort and durability but the same classic style; Rock 47™ by Wrangler®, a contemporary and funky line of Western wear for women; Wrangler® Retro, a line of fresh, cutting-edge Western jeans endorsed by alternative country artist Jason Aldean; Wrangler® National Patriot™, a line of red, white and blue shirts and accessories raising money for wounded or fallen military veterans and their families; and Wrangler® -The Ultimate Riding Jean® offering women fit and function, in and out of the saddle.