The 11 best vintage lunch boxes based on classic westerns
Yee-haw! We count down our favorite television cowboys on vintage tin lunch pails.
Giddyup! If anything made us feel like a cowboy when we were kids, it was filling up a lunch box like a saddlebag with beef jerky and hardtack. Okay, so it was more like PB&J and carrot sticks. Still, a cool lunch box was a conversation piece in the cafeteria. The trend of the television show lunch box began in the 1950s, at the height of the Western craze, so it's no wonder so many early tin pails came covered with mesas, U.S. Marshals, wagons, horses and bounty hunters.