The first Lee 101 jeans designed in 1924, it became fast a must-have for cowboys and rodeo riders.
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.
5 Belt loops, this is how many belt-loops a typical pair of jeans has. Two belt-loops positioned in the front before the front pockets.
501 LOT number Levi’s jean. 1853 Levi Strauss arrives in San Francisco and opens a wholesale dry goods business, selling clothing, blankets, handkerchiefs etc.
Abrasion is a term to describe wet processors (laundries) try to make garments look worn or faded by scraping or rubbing the surface of the fabric causing abrasion. Pumice stones are most frequently used. (see stone washing).
Acetate (Triacetate). The oldest man-made fibre and the first one made using tree pulp.
Acid washing (also known as Marble Wash/Moon Wash/Snow Wash) Practice in which pumice stones soaked in chlorine is tumbled with jeans in the dryer to etch white highlights into denim.
Acrylic fibre. A synthetic fibre that is made with just the right combination of coal, air, water, petroleum and limestone.