What happens when every cantankerous cowpoke, every grimy gunslinger and depraved desperado wants to come to your party to wet their whistle? Why, you give them exactly what they want pardner, ‘cept we reckon you give it to them with a little more attitude. We reckon you ought to serve those rowdy varmints a taste of surly with that whiskey.It takes a particular type of hombre to serve the rough and tumble cowboy types of the Wild West. Those boys have spent a whole day riding horses, roping cattle and protecting the ranch from bandits, so the only way to serve them is with an attitude and look as rough as their own countenance. That means slamming a shot of whiskey down on the bar while staring at them with a cold hard grimace. It also means wearing the kind of hard Wild West outfit that shows them that you’re a man of true grit too. You need something a little like this exclusive costume we have here…Based on a classic look you’d find in a saloon in Tombstone, Arizona, this Old West Bartender Costume will have you looking tough enough to serve any kind of rough customer. It’s the plus sized version of our classic bartender costume, so larger-sized cowboys can fit into it no problem. The shirt and vest combo have a classy, yet stern look about them. And these pieces are made of oxford cloth and worsted. That’s some sturdy fabric there, pardner. That’ll stand up to a bar-room scuffle without tearing apart, so you can toss any rowdy troublemaker out of your saloon without worrying about your shirt ripping. That’s something any cowpoke can appreciate.