At the time, jeans were made for miners, farmers and other workers. Cowboy pants"(Lee 101Z) were designed as workwear for cowboys. Cowboy pants were loved by cowboys because of their special specifications, etc. The popularity of western movies, in which cowboys wearing them were active, led to the spread of jeans as a fashion item. These jeans became popular as a fashion item due to the popularity of western movies in which cowboys wearing them were active.
This model was developed in the 1940s as a "World War II model cowboy pants," characterized by simplification of materials and specifications due to wartime material control. This model was inspired by the "cowboy pants of the World War II model," which were characterized by the simplification of materials and specifications due to the wartime control of supplies.
The rivets were removed from the back pockets to prevent damage to the horse's saddle. Instead, they are reinforced with "X" bartacking, a specification unique to cowboy pants. The hairhide label, which is rare on World War II models, was found on early models.
Also, the back pockets are made without decorative stitches and reinforcing fabric. The fabric is oriented in relation to the body. you can enjoy the contrast of color fading as the garment is worn.
Made in japan
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