Kimes Ranch is setting the bar for the top “must haves” in western clothing for the summer of 2019. We are very excited to announce the new line of caps and tees.
With its same recognizable Longhorn logo depicted boldly on all of their products, Kimes Ranch has given a new spin on style this summer.
Metallic inlayed logos, dolman sleeves, and light and mid-weight tank tops with light colors for women. New styles such as the Bounce, Mohawk, Full Moon, and Work Day Flow tees are available now for the summer. New styles and designs are introduced for men. Styles such as the Petro, Crusher, American Trucker, and Outlier tees are now available for the summer.
The Kimes brand is shown off in a new exciting tone with the brand-new summer line of caps for men and women. A promise to stand out this summer with the new lineup of styles such as the Scratch Branded, Wind Jammer, and Diamond cap.
Focusing on quality, great fitting, classically simplistic products to go hand in hand with their tag line “Western Uncomplicated”.
About Kimes Ranch: In 2009, Matt and Amanda Kimes set out to engineer a pair of jeans versatile enough to be used for all forms of western life. Understanding the need for a classic pair of jeans that can withstand the test of time, the couple began their journey towards a perfect fit. Kimes Ranch jeans are known for fashionable, long lasting durability that allows for the fashion world to meet the western world.
Thanks to the company’s loyal customers, Kimes Ranch’s longhorn logo has made its way across the western fashion industry. Kimes Ranch jeans have been featured in a number of magazines, including American Cowboy, Horse & Rider, Cowboys and Indians and Chrome Magazine. The young brand has paved the way for a classic fit with western roots.
Kimes Ranch. Superior Fit. Classic Style. Western Uncomplicated.
For more information on Kimes Ranch, visit www.kimesranch.com.
Monica Stewart, Kimes Ranch
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