13MWZ is the style number of the very first Cowboy Cut” jean, designed more than 50 years ago with the help of celebrity cowboy tailor Rodeo Ben. The “MWZ” originally stood for “Men’s With Zipper” Read more..
by Kenneth Lyngaas on September 15, 2016
Cowboy Cut is a style of jeans made only by Wrangler. The jeans features high-back pocket, a tapered leg from knee to bottom to fit over boots, a wide space between front belt loops to accommodate a western belt and trophy buckle. Read more..
by Kenneth Lyngaas on October 7, 2016
Lee Mercantile Company was founded by Henry David Lee. In 1889, they opened the garment factory in Salina, Kansas, producing dungarees and jackets. In 1913, the Union-All work jumpsuits was created, followed by the first-ever “Overall” in 1920 – laying the foundation for Lee’s early growth. Read more..
by Kenneth Lyngaas on September 21, 2016
Old 28 29 inch shuttle looms produced denim where selvage closed. Vintage Levi’s jeans had a single red stripe along both selvages. Lee had a blue/green with one; Wrangler’s was yellow. When vintage shopping for jeans wore check jackets and jeans for selvage because they are a great clue to the real thing!
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