Often called a "Common Shirt", this style was prevalent from around 1760
throughout the early 1800s. Our shirts are made from a
60/40 linen-cotton blend and have all the characteristics
of the originals. Fully gusseted, pleated at the sleeves
and plenty long for wear with a belt. Designed from
drawings of a period example found in The Frontier
Rifleman, by Richard B. LaCrosse, Jr.
The Frontier Pullover is dyed a dark, natural beige
color and features a full collar with a button and loop
closure and cuffs with a single button. The bottom of the
neck opening is finished off with a decorative, double
heart applique. These run large so please take that into consideration when choosing your size.