TCB Ranch Shirt
The iconic sawtooth shirts from the 50s when the Western style and dude ranchers were in full swing.
The sawtooth flap pockets and the eye-catching back yoke are the famous features of the shirts from this era. We use a 7/32 inch seam width for the lapping seam in reverence to the vintage.
As far as a Japanese guy looked up for the meaning of the word, Dude, it used to mean urbanite. The cut for our dude ranch shirt has been modified to fit into your urban and dude's wardrobe!
The fabric is 8.5OZ indigo denim with some irregularity on the surface. The cotton used for the denim fabric is grown in California, and the denim is woven very slowly by vintage looms for the natural unevenness, which is exactly what TCB has wanted as the best for this type of shirt.