Five Pocket Jean The total numbers of pocket a classic jean have; the classic jeans have two back pockets plus two front pockets and a watch pocket inside the front right pocket. See also 501 LOT number jean.
by Kenneth Lyngaas on September 19, 2016
he denims most people are familiar with is Open End Denim. The term Open End Denim describes the yarn used to weave the denim. About 17 years ago, a process that was more economical and produced a more consistent yarn thickness. Read more..
by Kenneth Lyngaas on October 6, 2016
Pocket labels (Labeling) or label is most often a cardboard placed on the back pocket of a jean (usually right) attached to the purpose of communicating LOT number, style, size, washes, etc. and in addition used as a blank canvas for brand communication as logos and slogans.
by Kenneth Lyngaas on September 21, 2016
Rivets Rivets are metal tabs placed at stress points in 60’s jeans, introduced by Nevada’s tailor Jacob Davis, who borrowed the technique from horse blankets. The rivets were patented when Levi teamed up with Jacob and initially made the first original modern jean of today.
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