Rockies Jeans. – The Clothing Warehouse

Rockies Jeans.

Rockies were born from a merger between two major western shirt manufacturers - the Miller Stockman Company and the Prior Company. Prior sold a line of women's denim under the brand name Rocky Mountain Jeans (which if you find today, are still Rockies, or shall was say, the O.G. Rockies). Miller Stockman ran with the idea of transitioning traditional western women's wear styles into more modern, updated categories. The super high waists, snazzy colors and CINCH BELTS (for men, too!) laid ground for alternative western wear for the modern customer. Although big brands like Wrangler and Levi's maintained their positions at the top of the game, Rockies and their imitators defined a fashion movement that will forever be solidified as a 90's staple. These jeans may not have been for real ropin' out on the plains but they sure did a hell of a good job lookin' sharp, anyway. From Sun Up to Sun Down - there's a Rockies fit for every mood.


  • Used to be my favorite jeans and I hated when they went out of business. I always wore the dangerous curves because they were the only jeans that actually fit my curves. I had a tiny waist and larger than normal hips because I had a booty, but my stomach has always been flat (think Brazilian Women). Wish they still made these or a company would get back on board with something that fits my body type, because most jeans are made for women that have no curves at all, straight as a board, and forget about it if you have any type of backside because all they do is gap at the waist and look aweful.

    Andee in DFW
  • I have some on my eBay store.

  • Oh how I miss these. My post-children body loved the way they made me look. I also mis true Ropers!

    Heather Jenista
  • I have a pair of Rockies in a light beige denim. They feel and look barely worn. I snatched them from the thrift store, but they’re a little too small for me. The tag reads: 27/5 with 36” inseam. The waist measurements flat across is 12.5” with 12.5” rise and 20” hips. Anyone interested in trading me for a bigger pair?

    Kate Vogler
  • I’m looking for RockMountain jeans. I need a high rise, 24, with a 38” inseam. My daughter who needs the jeans is 6’1”
    tall. She is getting ready to do some filming and really needs them. She used to wear Rocky Mountain but they went out of business.

    Joan Phillips

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