Ridem' Cowboy Rodeo Racer Back Tank
Rodeo promoters often advertised female riders as sweethearts or queens of the rodeo.
The term cowgirl was first used in the context of a wild west show by Oklahoman Lucille Mulhall in 1908 when, at age 10 years, she displayed her roping skills at Madison Square Garden.
30 single, 4.3 oz., soft-washed, 100% combed ring-spun cotton.
Ultra-soft hand, side-seamed, tightly knit, superior fabric.
Woman's Racer Back Style
Disclaimer: Please note that the sizing chart is subject to change. General Sizing
Machine wash cold, inside out with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low-medium or lay flat. Do not iron decoration/graphics.
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