WRANGLER - DRESS CODE

Daily appearance should be as follows:

  • Cowboy hat
  • Western-style, collared, button shirts (short sleeves optional, no sleeveless or tank tops)
  • Jeans
  • Cowboy boots (lacers, pull-ons etc.) with little or no tread
  • Sharp pocket knife preferably operable single-handedly
  • Chaps, spurs, western-style additions are encouraged but not required

Due to the nature of your job, it is understood that you will have a certain amount of dirt, etc. on your clothing, however you should present yourself with an overall appearance of professionalism which includes a tidy appearance.  For male wranglers this includes shaving regularly.  Facial hair is acceptable as long as it is kempt and tidy. Large rips, stains, etc. in your clothing is not appropriate.  You may dress in whatever fashion you please if you are only doing non-guest related ranch work, however you should be wearing all of the above items any time guests are present.

 

Examples of unacceptable attire:

  • Low-rise pants, baggy pants or pants with large holes
  • Tank-tops, t-shirts, mid-rift baring shirts, shirts that cannot be tucked in
  • Steel-toed anything, sneakers, work boots, hiking boots etc.
  • Ball caps, visors, etc
  • Unnaturally dyed hair
  • Any piercings for males, anything other than earrings for females
  • Exposed tattoos

Additional items that wranglers should have on-hand at all times:

  • First aid kit
  • Fencing pliers
  • Saddle bags
  • Radio
  • Cell phone


- WRANGLER - Position Description
- WRANGLER - Dress Code
- WRANGLER - Required Gear

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