The Marigold Project
Marigold Project Rockmount Shirt
Tucked away in a 110 year old heavy timbered five-story brick warehouse, Rockmount Ranch Wear Mfg. Co. stays true to its roots. This is where “Papa Jack” Weil started Rockmount, changing American fashion forever with his innovation of the first snap shirts. Rockmount makes the longest running shirt design in America. Its “sawtooth” pocket and “diamond” snap design is in the collection of the Smithsonian and many other museums. This is the same shirt worn by the likes of Elvis, Bob Dylan, Robert Plant, Eric Clapton, Robert Redford, even Ronald Reagan.
The Rockmount flagship store is a historic landmark built in 1909 in lower downtown Denver. Rockmount is the last remaining early business in the neighborhood. Today Rockmount is sold by over 600 stores throughout the USA and over 20 countries around the world.
This is a Marigold Project item - all proceeds will benefit The Marigold Project, to address issues of economic and social justice.
The proceeds from the sales of these limited edition shirts will benefit Western Resource Advocates in Boulder, Colorado.
Western Resource Advocates protects the West’s land, air, and water to ensure that vibrant communities exist in balance with nature.
Sizing: Please refer to size guide as these run large.