The jean that represents the classic 1950's biker style. Its shape is similar to the one Marlon Brando wore in "The Wild One", that sits higher in the waist, has an "anti-fit" in the seat, and a slightly fuller cut around the leg.
It was also the first to bear the leather-like paper Two-horse patch. Additionally, the updated red Tab is double sided.
It still retains some classic features of its 1947 predecessor: belt loops as the only method of waist adjustment, hidden copper rivets on the back pockets, and a zinc button fly.
•Non-stretch 12oz plain selvedge denim
•Sourced from Cone® Mills
•Made in USA
During World War II the availability of raw materials for manufacturers was rationed for the consumer market, diverting much needed supplies to the war effort. From cotton to copper, the...
This jean has belt loops, but still retained the popular cinch and suspender buttons. Owners wore their jeans with a belt instead of suspenders, therefore they cut off the cinch...