The first Lee 101 jeans designed in 1924, it became fast a must-have for cowboys and rodeo riders.
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.
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.
Back cinch is also known as martingale, the back cinch with a back buckle used to tighten the waist on jeans before widespread.
Bartak is a sewing procedure that reinforces stress points on jeans, usually, front flies, pocket openings and crotch joins of inseams
Carpenter jeans are jeans with many loops and pockets used to carry tools.
Corduroy is the French called lush, velvety fabric, or “Cord Du Roi”, the cord of the King. The material is ribbed throughout the length, cut and sheared so that a smooth velvety surface appears. Fourteen wale corduroy was one of the most important jeans fabrics in the 1960′s and 1970′s when jeans became universal.
Cowboy Cut is a style of jeans made only by Wrangler.