The first Lee 101 jeans designed in 1924, it became fast a must-have for cowboys and rodeo riders. Still today the 101s manufactured with great attention to detail. Lee 101 stands for a modern cut made from the best denim with authentic details. Read more..
Acid washing (also known as Marble Wash/Moon Wash/Snow Wash) Practice in which pumice stones soaked in chlorine are tumbled with jeans in the dryer to etch white highlights into denim.
An antique effect means that denim finish is achieved by sanding, washing and by hand making new jeans look aged. Due to ring spun yarn personality the surface is never without irregularities, sometimes these small details make the denim look almost vintage. read more..
Buddy Lee was introduced in 1920 by denim brand Lee and is a ceramic doll wearing Lee’s overalls. The promotion grew in popularity, and later more garments, uniforms, etc. added. However, Lee stopped producing the doll in 1962. Read more..
A 3×1 twill weave piece dyed fabric, made from coarse yarns. Weights can vary from 9 ozs/sq yard up to the standard 14 ozs/sq yard. Read more..