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The Cowboy Trip
21437 Dumetz Road
Woodland Hills, CA 91364

Telephone: 818-592-0394

Year Started: 2010

# American Employees: 1
  The Cowboy Trip is a shirt production company based in Los Angeles, California. The business is owned and operated by John Harlan, singer / songwriter for Alternative Country band, The Psychedelic Cowboys. Harlan has resided in the Los Angeles area for over 20 years and began collecting vintage clothing as a “side trip” and to wear for performance. The notion for The Cowboy Trip came about while working at Kowboyz, the famous LA vintage boot and western clothing store, which is now located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In Harlan’s words, “While managing Kowboyz I was able to observe and obtain some very cool pieces of vintage western clothing. California has a rich history of Country Music and was once a mecca for Western films. As luck would have it, some great wardrobe from that era would come my way.” Also, being a fan of the 1960's British Invasion and a collector of clothing from those days, Harlan came to the conclusion that a tasty mix of both classic Western and British couture would make for a great new shirt design. Harlan says, I'll bet high coin that during the 1960's some of the more famous Western and British designers borrowed quite heavily from one another. That’s likely one reason there was such fabulous clothing during that time. I thought to myself, well, I’ve got a nice collection, I'll use it for inspiration and design a shirt that continues to represent that particular era. That’s what The Cowboy Trip is all about. I’m going to do my best to make the shirts affordable for everyone, while keeping production in the USA. I sure hope folks are gonna like ‘em!” Harlan still performs with The Psychedelic Cowboys and continues to come up with new concepts for The Cowboy Trip.  
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