The year was 1903. Oklahoma was still Indian Territory, 4 years before statehood.
Over 100 trains roared through the town of Shawnee each day as thousands of railroad workers built America's westward expansion. ROUND HOUSE workwear was born.
Named for the "round house" railroad repair station, ROUND HOUSE brand overalls and jeans became favorites among rail workers, known for durability and quality.
Having survived wars, depressions, pandemics and even bell bottoms, ROUND HOUSE still proudly builds premium workwear by the motto:
For more of the Round House story, click here to go to the Official Round House history page.