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Buffalo Bill Cody–a scout, a hunter, but above all, a showman, toured the world with his Wild West Show. Always outfitted in his frontier attire, designed both to withstand the elements of the frontier West and to impress those back east with its rugged flair, Buffalo Bill captured the imaginations of anyone longing to see the Big Sky Country for themselves. His faux deer suede shirt has a collar adorned with hairpipes and pony beads, alongside a brightly colored front placket. The fitted jacket features extra long fringe epaulettes accented with hairpipes, buffalo head buttons, and pony beads. Faux deer suede pants are completed with contrasting fringe down the side seam.
One of the original frontiersmen, Daniel heard the call of unknown country luring him as he left Kentucky and in his dug-out Canoe headed for the Missouri region. Heavy twill coat features faux fur collar, cuffs, and faux suede fringe. Worn with Union Shirt and faux suede pants, sold separately.
William “Curly Bill” Brocius, the most feared gunslinger of the Western Frontier couldn’t be missed on the streets of Laredo or across the Arizona Territory. Twill shirt with contrasting piping around bib accented with contrasting buttons.
Famous Indian fighter and hero of the Alamo Jim Bowie found comfort in his soft faux suede shirt. This faux suede shirt features 12” fringe falling from the yoke and over the sleeves. Front is laced with suede and creates the rugged look that made women of the West swoon.