Rockmount's shirt is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution, and for good reason. Founder Jack A. Weil was the first man to put snaps on a cowboy shirt, and he also patented his distinctive sawtooth pocket design – two features that define the western shirt to this day. (Side note: Weil is also credited with selling the first bolo tie.) The Denver institution also carries some of the wackiest stuff on the market. Want ray guns or dinosaurs on your shoulders? Not a problem.
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