This is a continuation of the last time.
At the end of the 1930s, the United States seemed to have finally escaped the aftermath of the Great Depression, but we are entering a winter era where we can't help but be immersed in Dude Ranch nostalgia forever.
© James Cox
When the Second World War, which started with the Anglo-German War in 1939 and lasted until 1945, many resources were diverted to military needs, and the lives of ordinary people were also strictly controlled by the authorities.
Of course, the impact on the clothing industry was also great, and workwear that had been competing with its own detail work and various patents was forced to be simplified, and it was a time when it was virtually obligatory to use ready-made materials that could be mass-produced or surplus materials. It was.
Jeans manufactured from 1942 to 1946 under this control were later called "war models", and although they are now prized for their rarity, they were sold at a low price at the time. It was something.
Metal parts such as rivets should be avoided as much as possible. The use of inexpensive donut buttons was compulsory for the button fly, and the details of the sleek inside the pocket were simplified to a surplus herringbone fabric.
Furthermore, even the stitching of the hip pocket, which is a symbol of the brand, had to be abolished. (Continued after the third bullet)
One corner of the standard model [451SW] is inspired by such a vintage archive under wartime.
While following the details unique to the Great War model, such as a coin pocket without rivets, OD color herringbone sleek, and black donut buttons, the buffalo horn in the hip pocket has been processed to retain its shape even after the paint stitching has faded. express.
Also, the 13.75 ounce original denim, which is 0.25 ounce thicker than the [500SW] introduced the other day, is actually a respectable homage to the war model.
Although there are no detailed announcements due to the wartime situation, experts from various countries have expressed the view that the denim used during the war was heavier ounces than normal for some reason.
Aiming for color fading not in a line but only in points, we use 6.7 thread count for both length and width of our uniquely developed uneven yarn that emphasizes unevenness. Denim fabric woven from 13.75 oz American cotton with an aspect ratio of 68 × 48 stitches is dyed with sulfur and reddish dark indigo to express the vintage oxidized texture. did.
Following the design of the time, the center loop is offset, punched rivets are used to reinforce each part, and heavy ounce denim with a slight stiffness is used to faithfully and modernly reproduce tough denim pants during the war.
Size: 28,29,30,31,32,33,34,36(38,40: 23,980yen)
Material: 100% Cotton
Color: One Wash