This vintage suit was made in the 1940s and was sold by Penney’s under their Town Clad label. It’s an off the rack suit, tailored to fit a tall man, with material added to the lining to facilitate the long sleeves and no cuffs to the pants to handle the long inseam.
This vintage suit was made by the Utah Woolen Mills of Salt Lake City, Utah under their Jack Frost Woolen Wear label. A classic 1950s western style, this one was made relatively late for the details, in 1962. It has a striped fabric, with peak lapels, a three button front, front and back yokes, double breast pockets, flapped, pleated pockets and leather buttons. The pants are hollywood waisted, with a watch pocket on the top seam and fancy western belt loops and pockets.
This vintage suit was made by Glenshore of Denver Colorado under their Saddle Sturdy Brand label. The suit is made of a fantastic brown fabrick with red, white and blue flecks. The suit has a three buton front, pleated pockets, a square cutaway, and front and back yokes.
This vintage western suit was made in the early-mid 1950s in Denver, Colorado by the Allen Mfg. Co. It is made from gray wool with a purple and brown fleck. The suit has a three button front, square cutaway, peak lapels, four western “smile” pockets and a yoked back. The pants have pearl snap back buttons, fancy pockets and western belt loops.
This vintage suit was made in the late 1950s-early 1960s by Gross of Denver. It is made from iridescent green and gold sharkskin, with a western cut. It has peak lapels and yokes front and back, with the pleats in the rear allowing for greater range of motion in the shoulders. The pants have pearl snaps on the back pockets and fancy western belt loops.
This vintage suit was made in 1960 and was sold by McCracken Bros, the mens store, with locations in Bozeman and Dillon Montana. It is a more sedate version of the style, with proportions more in keeping with western suits of the mid 1950s. Made from putty colored gabardine, it has saddlebag pockets, peak lapels, a bi-swing back, a square cutaway, three button front and no yokes. The pants have regular style belt loops and buttoned “dog ear” pockets, more typically seen on equestrian breeches.