Denver is known for its Western heritage, and there are still plenty of people around who embrace that Western fashion, although some admittedly in a more modern way than others. Here’s a look at the best in boots, hats, jeans and all things fit for a cowboy or cowgirl in the area.



10300 Bannock St.
Northglenn, CO 80260
(303) 450-9999

There are two Shelplers locations in the Denver Metro area. There is a location in the Denver Tech Center (8500 E. Orchard Rd). There is a second location in Northglenn at (10300 Bannock Street). Both stores are super stores. Each Sheplers super store has an acre of selling space filled with a wide selection of boots, jeans, hats, western décor and other apparel. The online store is very helpful to cowboys and cowgirls looking to find the perfect piece to go with their western ensemble. Women looking for boots can shop by function, color, heel, toe, and even price range. This is definitely a place for folks that love all things country. The selection is outstanding.


Rocky Mountain Clothing Company

8500 Zuni Street
Denver, CO 80260-5097
(303) 428-5696

The Rocky Mountain Clothing Company is a premier Denver location for Western clothing. The store features Cruel Gruel, Cinch, Rockies, Southern Tread and Miller Ranch. The store focuses on comfortable clothing that can be incorporated into the modern western lifestyle. The company’s factory outlet store can be reached by taking I-25 to east 84th Avenue (Exit 219). Next drivers will head west until Umatilla Street. Then drivers can go north on Umatilla until the road ends into the Rocky Mountain Clothing Company parking lot. A perk for cowboys and cowgirls, the store offers free wireless internet, turn outs for horses and plenty of horse trailer parking.

El Corral Vaquero Western Wear

23 S. Main Street
(303) 682-1319

El Corral Vaquero Western Wear offers a variety of Wrangler jeans in all styles and colors including brown, blue and even red. Shoppers can also find women’s accessories, boots and Spanish music.

President Steve Weil shows CBS4's Brooke Wagner some of Rockmount's styles. (source: CBS)

Rockmount Ranch Wear

1626 Wazee Street
Denver, CO 80202-1314
(303) 629-7777

“Papa Jack” Weil, founded Rockmount in 1946 and is credited with developing such signature Western looks as snap-button shirts and pockets with a sawtooth pattern. Weil died in 2008 at age 107 and had been going to work in the same brick building on Wazee Street daily until a few days before his death. Performers like guitarist Eric Clapton wear Rockmount’s popular shirts and its belts, cowboy hats and colorful ties are also popular across the state.


Cry Baby Ranch

1421 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80202-1704
(303) 623-3979

Cry Baby Ranch calls itself a “Western meets anything, colorful and cool extravaganza.” This shop puts a trendy spin on western wear. Cry Baby Ranch offers traditional western items including boots, belts and belt buckles, but it’s not the place to go if you’re looking for a standard pair of Wranglers. It’s definitely a fun place to hit if you’re looking to add a little extra flare to that western outfit. Also, there are plenty of fun gift ideas that are worth checking out.

(Credit: High Country Western Wear on Facebook)

High Country Western Wear

4900 Allison Street
Arvada, CO 80002-4414
(303) 425-0055
High Country Western Wear on Facebook

High Country Western Wear (4900 Alison Street) in Arvada offers tons of western clothing for men, women and children. There is plenty to choose from for Western enthusiasts. The store offers custom made boots and shoes including Minne Tonka Mocassins.