Lee 101 - 50's Western Chambray Shirt

Size Guide


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There is no “normal size”, because there are no “normal feet”. Feet in general are either narrow or wide and are all three-dimensional. Shoes, however, are normally produced only in different lengths, because consumers nowadays demand many colorways and designs, rather than varying fits.

In the 1960’s many shoemakers produced a far smaller number of shoes and then produced them in several widths (example: B, D, E, EE etc). Note: Width is not to be confused with a slimmer shoe silhouette.

Do notice that US producers convert US sizes to EU sizes differently, so it can be a help to focus on CM (centimeters) or USA (US).

Sneakers often have a slimmer silhouette than boots, so many will go down half a size from their sneaker size to their boot size.

Narrow and normal width (D):
All boots, shoes and sneakers.

Wide width (EE):
Red Wing 8111EE or 875EE and all Danner boots, as they are all in width EE.

This document only serves as a general guideline. If possible, stop by and try your new boots on. If not possible, drop us an email at 

The 50’s Western shirt is a staple piece in every Denimhead’s waredrobe. This season it comes in a beautiful 5oz rigid non stretch chambray selvedge denim shirting quality with the iconic yokes and sawtooth pocket flaps.


- Style: 50s Western Shirt

- Fit: Regular fit

- Color: Blue

- Material: 100% cotton

- Made of 5oz dry chambray

- Sanforized

- 2 sawtooth chest pockets 

- Mother of pearl buttons




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