Rockmount Ranch Wear
Rockmount “put the snap in western shirts.” Rockmount Ranch Wear is a Western icon famous for making the first western shirts with snaps. Founded in 1946 by “Papa Jack” Weil, the world’s oldest CEO, who worked daily until age 107, he is to Western shirts what Henry Ford is to the automobile. Many of his innovations are standards in the industry, like Rockmount's signature "Diamond" snap and "Sawtooth" pocket designs, a distinctive look appealing to cowboys, ranchers, and farmers of the American West with a strong independent identity and spirit. Jack A. offered them a special fashion statement. As Western wear's popularity spread across America Jack A. coined the phrase "The West is not a place, it is a state of mind." Today, Rockmount shirts have become a synonymous part of the cultural landscape of Western fashion all over the world. And while most American clothing companies have stopped domestically producing their products, Rockmount is still proudly made in the USA!