Wholesale Special On Select Vintage Items

VINTAGE WHOLESALE SUMMER/FALL SALE For a limited time only Vintage Wholesale is offering select vintage items at an unbeatable price!  70′s-90′s Long Summer & Fall Dresses $8 LB Vintage 50/50 T-shirts  $5 a LB Pearl Snap Western Shirts $5 a LB Flannel Shirts Heavy $6 a LB Flannel Shirts Light $5 a LB LEVI Denim Cutt-off Shorts (pre-washed) $10 a LB Cowboy Boots $12 a pair Offer Valid With Minimum of 25 LB purchase per Grade and Order... Read More

Adidas : About the Label

Adidas was founded in 1947 by Adi Dassler in Germany. Adi Dassler started making shoes in the 1920’s but did not start Adidas until 1947. In 1948 they came up with the name Adidas – as a shortened version of Dessler’s name. The next year the company registered the three stripes as their trademark logo. Adidas started to produce sports clothing in the 1967. In the 80’s Adidas was made popular in the United States when up... Read More

H bar C : About the Label

H bar C is one of the classic labels you will find in western wear shirts dating back to the early 1900’s. H bar C was founded when two tailors named Halpern and Christenfielf, started out making riding clothing in 1917. In 1935 they opened a western branch to make and market thier riding clothes. They later changed the name of the label to H bar C with the intention of giving the name more of a western flair. H bar C is known for making clothing... Read More

Arrow: About the Label

Authentic American Style In 1825, A New York Housewife named Hannah Lord Montaque in Troy was looking for an easier way to keep her husband’s shirts looking fresh without having to launder them, and stumbled upon the detachable shirt collar. The idea took off like wild fires and made Troy the center fore collar manufacturing. Among the companies making collars was Maullin & Blanchard, a small business that started production in 1851. ... Read More

Nike: About the Label

Nike was founded in 1964 by Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman. Back before the Swoosh logo and long before the days we were called Nike, there was Blue Ribbon Sports (BRS). It wasn’t until 1971 that BRS introduced the concept of the Greek winged Goddess of victory—Nike. “In December 1980 we went public. And the rest is history.” From NIKEbiz.com Nike was one of the first athletic companies to heavily brand and market its athletic shoes,... Read More

B.V.D: About the Label

In 1876, Bradley, Voorhees & Day started out as makers of women’s bustels. In the late 1920’s they started manufacturing bathing suits from knit wool after years making knit underwear fro men and women. They sponserd Olympic swimmer John Weissmuller who made a number of appearences promoting the BVD brand. In the 60’s the company moved on to make spotsclothes and tee shirts. Many cool vintage t-shirts are printed on BVD tee shirt... Read More

LEE Mercantile: About the Label

Lee Mercantile Company was founded by Henry David Lee back in 1889, when Lee opened his first garment factory in Salina, Kansas, producing dungarees and jackets. In 1913, the Union-All work jumpsuit was created, followed by the first-ever “Overall” in 1920 – laying the foundation for Lee’s early growth. Also in 1920, the Buddy Lee doll was launched for promotional use, but quickly became a popular play doll. Through the ’20s,... Read More

Screen Stars : About the Label

Screen Stars is a T-shirt label that you find in a number of Authentic Vintage Tees dating back to the 70’s and 80’s. Screen Stars was purchased in the 80’s by BEST, which was later taken over by Fruit of A Loom. The remnants of the Screen Star style can be found today in the Fruit of Loom BEST style tee. Many vintage tees were printed on the 50/50 screen star t-shirt blank with the paper Screen Star tag. The lightweight comfort... Read More

Rockmount Ranch Wear: About the Label

Jack Weil started Rockmount Ranch Wear in Denver, Colorado back in 1946. Over the years the company has established itself a leading role in Western Wear as they were the first company to put Snaps on men’s shirts as well as the first company to commercialy produce the Bolo Tie. To this day the company is still family owned, and over 107 year old Weil is still the company’s CEO.  He is thought to be the country’s oldest working CEO. More... Read More

LEVI STRAUSS & CO. : About the Label

In 1847 Levi Strauss immigrated to the united states from the country of Bavaria. His family had dry goods business that he worked at in New York until 1853, at which time he left for the mighty Gold rush in California, but not to stake his claim in gold but to expand his families dry goods business. Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis of Nevada applied a patent for a design that Davis came up with for reinforcing pants. The design included placing metal... Read More