Wrangler Uniforms


Snap button up shirts with long sleeves must be worn every day at the corrals for health and safety purposes. Regular button up shirts do not work because when tucked into the jeans there is the risk of them get stuck on the saddle horn. These snap shirts will be worn tucked into western style blue jeans with a belt as seen in the photos.

While we are guiding horseback rides here in Wyoming we must wear western style cowboy boots. Examples pictured to the left. We wear these boots not only for our safety while working with the horses but also to play our part in accurately portraying the part of the traditional Wyoming cowboy/cowgirl during our guided tours.

With this, wranglers must wear a professional looking cowboy/cowgirl hat at all times while working in the corral. This provides protection from the sun as well as a professional look for our guides. We do not allow straw hats. Examples of acceptable hats and unacceptable hats shown on the left.

Grand Teton Lodge Company does require wranglers to wear a helmet anytime you are riding. Helmets will be provided for you but you are more than welcome to bring your own.

Wranglers must bring a pocket knife for safety on the trail as well as a necessity when cutting bailing twine.

Recommended to bring:

  • Warm outerwear work jacket such as a Carhart, Timberland Pro, etc.

  • Rain jacket and/or slicker

  • Rubber/Muck boots

  • Warm beanie or headband to wear under cowboy/cowgirl hats

  • Work gloves and/or riding gloves

  • Chaps/chinks

  • Bandana and/or neck buff

  • Sunblock

  • Sunglasses

  • Personal western saddle

  • Long johns/warm undergarments


You might work in service or sales, as an instructor or food server, an executive chef or an executive. We know that departments, locations and positions are all different and the details for distinct operating groups may vary, including personal grooming and how you dress. No matter who you are or what you do, that first impression is always important. To be at your best, follow your location or department’s dress code, and talk with your Supervisor about any specific presentation requirements for your job.

The guiding principle of an employee's presentation cannot distract from delivering exceptional service to our guests. If you come to work violating the policy listed below, you may not be permitted to start your shift and/or may be asked to change clothes, be sent home or be disciplined. If due to a sincerely-held religious belief or disability you are not able to meet the standards and/or would like to request a reasonable accommodation, please contact Human Resources.

  • Hair - Hair should be clean, professional and kept back from the face. Extreme styles (e.g. mohawks) are not permitted.

  • Facial Hair - Beards, goatees, sideburns and mustaches are allowed as long as the facial hair does not cause safety or sanitary issues. Extreme styles are not permitted.

  • Nails - Fingernails should be clean and short or moderate in length. Polished nails should be maintained and in good condition.

  • Jewelry & Piercings - All jewelry must be professional in appearance. One small nose stud or hoop is allowed. Up to two earrings or one solid gauge up to ½” maximum in each ear is allowed. All other facial jewelry or visible body piercings, including additional nose rings, gauges and tongue studs are not permitted. Concealing jewelry with a bandage or other means is not permitted.

  • Tattoos - Employees may have visible tattoos, except on the face area, that are in good taste and not offensive. An employee may be asked to cover their tattoo with clothing while on duty and must comply if requested.

  • Clothing/Hygiene - Employees are expected to dress professionally and follow all reasonable personal care standards, including regular bathing to avoid offensive or excessive odors such as body odor and/or perfume and cologne.

  • Footwear - Employees are expected to wear footwear appropriate for their position and in good condition.

  • Uniforms - Certain positions require employees to wear a uniform while working. Employees are expected to wear uniforms in the appropriate manner. Nametags must be worn and jackets zipped up to above nametag level. All hats, where permitted, must be worn facing forward.