The first five-pocket jean crafted especially for women. It was originally introduced in 1939, and featured in a "dude ranch" photo shoot for Vogue magazine.
Like the 501 of the time (1937), the 701 had a cinch back, but by the 1950's it was removed, but still maintained its distinct high-waisted fit.
Remaining faithful to the original, this jean has the signature selvedge stitching in pink instead of the traditional red.
•Talon zipper design - manufactured since 1893
•Zip fly with metal shank button
•Classic five-pocket styling
•Concealed rivets at back pockets
•Big "E" red tab
•Two Horse printed cloth patch
Made from a sturdy cotton with a lovely off-white base and hickory stripe. Features: •point collar •two flap-chest button though pockets •curved hem •made in Japan
Originally used as a thin sports jacket to wear at the time of gentle rain and drizzle in the 1940’s, but soon became a global hit item by being used...