The Wrangler 71105 WH Men’s White Broadcloth Western Long Sleeve Shirt is great for wearing out on the town. Sure, you can wear it while you’re working, but seriously – it’s white. It looks too good for just work. It’s a Saturday night shirt with an aut ... (see full details) (see specifications) #WRG71105WH.
Wrangler Shirts: Men's White Cotton Blend Western Shirt 71105 WH
The Wrangler 71105 WH Men’s White Broadcloth Western Long Sleeve Shirt is great for wearing out on the town. Sure, you can wear it while you’re working, but seriously – it’s white. It looks too good for just work. It’s a Saturday night shirt with an authentic cowboy look. It even has pearlized snap closures. It’s made out of a 4-ounce cotton and polyester blend that will last for years and still look new. Broadcloth is a fabric with a dense weave that’s exceptionally durable.
Wrangler added two chest pockets that snap closed. The one on the left has a pencil sleeve. They've got a knack for designing Western wear that just won’t quit. Maybe it’s because Wrangler is committed to making their customers happy. They’ve done a great job.
Our Wrangler 71105 WH Men’s White Broadcloth Western Long Sleeve Shirt is going to be one of your favorites. It fits well and looks great on you.
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5 out of 5
This Wrangler 71105 shirt in my favorite white shirt now. The double pockets are great for carrying things and making the impact of the shirt more casual, but when you throw a tie on, it's suitable for Sunday church service or a work function or party. Great price, too. Because it's Wrangler quality, it'll practically outlast the man who wears it, and you don't have to worry about it falling apart on you. For the price, this is a wonderful shirt that can be worn in many different situation. I highly recommend it.
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My favorite is the Wrangler western shirt s. There are a bunch of shirts of this style, with the yoke on the shoulders and the double breast pockets, being sold in stores now. I guess it's a new fashionable thing to wear a cowboy shirt, kind of like how chambray work shirts are starting to be sold in upscale stores to people who will never wear them to work. Anyhow, I grew up wearing shirts like this in the rural South, and, though there have been some shifts in the Wrangler quality over the years, I still prefer these cowboy shirts over any others that you might see in fancier places. The cloth is of a quality weave and thickness, and Wrangler adds that great touch of pearl buttons that every cowboy shirt should have. I like wearing this white one not for working, but for going out. Looks nice tucked into jeans with a pair of dress boots. My wife likes it too.