This shirt is the standard of the latter half of the 19th century, and the shirt that the common man of the western expansion period would have been wearing. Good for townsmen and cowboys alike, this shirt features a front shaped pocket, hand finished button holes, a back yoke, and shape sleeve holes. The blue and white striped cloth is 100% cotton, but is NOT thick and bulky like many "homespun" cloths used to make shirts. These shirts are representative of the shirts that would have been commercially made and purchased in town. The cotton is finely woven and is a comfortable weight for all seasons, especially in winter when paired with one of our cotton knit undershirts. We are carrying, in stock, sizes 40-54 and they are available on an in stock basis only. If your size can't be added to a cart, then that size has already sold out.