Round House Jeans is the largest and oldest maker of American made jeans and overalls. Round House is celebrating its 115th anniversary.
The year was 1903. The Spanish-American War had recently ended, and Teddy Roosevelt was president. Oklahoma was still Indian Territory, and more than 100 trains roared through the town of Shawnee each day as thousands of railroad workers made America's westward expansion possible. 1903 was the year Round House workwear was born. Named for the "round house" railroad repair station in Shawnee, Round House workwear quickly became a favorite among railroad workers because of their ruggedness and affordability. More than 100 years later, Round House Mfg. is the oldest operating manufacturing company in Oklahoma, and they still hold true to their standards of "Fit Best, Wear Longest."
Each pair of Round House jeans or overalls features quality fabric, triple-stitched seams, bar-tacked strain points, reinforced pockets, proportioned fit, competitive prices and quick turnaround. Round House makes about 1,000 pairs of American Made jeans and overalls every day in Oklahoma and other locations, and they export to Asia, Europe and Australia. The Round House brand name remains an authentic symbol of American workmanship and spirit, and their quality jeans and overalls are built on 115 years of high standards.