Bronson 10OZ US Army M40 Denim Dungaree Jeans Pants
US ARMY second generation work pants were still made from blue twill tannins. In 1940, the army blue tannin uniform was completely replaced with the full implementation of the 1941 HBT character lines. The actual service period was very short,...
$129.99 $89.99
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Bronson 1873 Cotton Nevada Gold Rush Canvas Vest
The prototype was taken from the 1873 LEV1S canvas miner's Vest The hem is slightly larger than the bust, so that it is easy to place the tool At the same time more suitable for activities, no sense of restraint,...
$89.99 $64.99
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Bronson 1873 Early Rivet Reinforcement Duck Red Ear Canvas Unwash Trousers Pants
In 1873 Jacob Davis Lev1 Strauss funds to assist, took the labor rivet reinforced pants patent, Lev1 Strauss&Co. to improve the development of the product, is the originator of modern "five bags of jeans", which 1st reinforced labor pants, is...
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Bronson 1878 Wabash Blouse Single Pocket indigo Stripe Denim Jacket
Following the 1873 patent was made after rivet Levis, other manufacturers tried to reinforce their overalls, the leather pad is a good way, generally using the first car to fix the car up pocket, strong leather pads and this pocket...
$199.99 $159.99
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Bronson 1879 One Piece Fly Men's Red Ear Wabash Stripe Denim Jeans
Following the 1873 patent was made after rivet Levis, other manufacturers tried to reinforce their overalls, the leather pad is a good way, generally using the first car to fix the car up pocket, strong leather pads and this pocket...
$199.99 $159.99
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Bronson 1881 One Piece Fly Model Stripe Herringbone Men's Waist Wide Leg Relaxed Jeans
Wide wide leg pants of old age, the 1887 one placket set, exclusive fabric, cotton sewing, trousers ear and waist button, storage, belt, or suspenders with collocation. Not wash water, the whole process of fabric, shrinkage at around 5%.  ...
$129.99 $89.99
  • Herringbone
  • Stripe
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Bronson 1890S Bamboo Cotton Short Sleeve Henley T-Shirt
Door barrel fabric is stitched with linen short sealing cloth (red ear cloth) to improve the atmosphere.Cuff thread is the first year weaving method, 100% cotton, no elastic yarn such as spandex, completely rely on the thread texture to shrink,...
$39.99
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Bronson 1900'S Waist Band Men's Red Ear Stripe Straight Denim Jeans
This pants for the original old age style, 1900s period (WAIST BAND) of the waist belt is the main characteristics of large adjustment, in the waist cloth standard is the old symbol of the times, can use the strap can...
$169.99 $139.99
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Bronson 1900S 10OZ Men's Yarn Dyed Indigo Striped Railroad Vest
During the period of 1880-1920s, tooling will choose more solid and cheap cloth, but there is not much difference between the shape and casual wear. The work clothes are also used to wear SACK JKT, which is set here. The...
$69.99 $54.99
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Bronson 1900S Wabash Indigo Stripe Railroader Workwear Jacket
1900S's, if someone is engaged in time related work, so a pocket watch is will be very helpful to him, so the railway staff need to wear a watch pocket jacket for work, it is necessary to know when can...
$189.99 $139.99
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Bronson 1910S Heavy Weight Cotton Slanting Threshold Henley T-Shirt
The prototype was taken from the 1910’S old age slanting door long sleeve Henley T-shirt.The first year of the Henley T-shirt is basically used as underwear, the version is tight, and this version also retains the micro-tight effect.Made from 280g...
$24.99
  • Blue
  • Black
  • White
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Bronson 1920S 6.5OZ Linen Pullover Worker Shirt
In the 1920s period, no collar collar color and asymmetric stickers were also the characteristics of the old era. In the first year, the body is cut, shoulders and arms are almost horizontal, and can be unfettered and waved. Wash...
$79.99 $54.99
  • Denim Blue
  • Checked
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Bronson 1930'S Boss of The Road Heavy Duty Double Knees Duck Canvas Hunting Pants
This pants reference resourcesto the 1930'S BOSS OF THE ROAD overalls. The button placket is closed and comes with the popular rear waist adjustment buckle.The waist has buttons,If you don't wear belt, you can use it with the suspender. Layered...
$69.99
  • Blue
  • Khaki
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Bronson 1930's US Army CCC Dungaree Men's Loose Straight Work Overalls Jeans
1930s in jeans, as used during labor, the Civilian Conservation Corps (Civilian Conservation Corps) is widely used and dispensed, denim shirt sleeve head and round edge cowboy hat is composed of labor suit, cowboy clothing is very rare vintage uniforms....
$99.99 $69.99
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Bronson 1940S Men's Linen Club Short Sleeve Shirt
The prototype was taken from the 1940'S~50's Club shirt (the popular casual shirt at that time, including ALOHA shirt, the same way) and the collar type was the old fashionable big-pointed collar. The collar, which is specially depicted, shows a...
$44.99
  • White
  • Blue
  • Striped
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Bronson 1940S Men's Striped Long Sleeve Club Shirt
The prototype was taken from the 1940'S~50's Club shirt (the popular casual shirt at that time, including ALOHA shirt, the same way) and the collar type was the old fashionable big-pointed collar. The collar, which is specially depicted, shows a...
$54.99
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Bronson 1940S USN US Navy Dungaree Smock Pullover Parka
N-1 jacket, PEA COAT double breasted coat, wool WATCH CAP are all classic naval equipment. They do not feel obsolete in winter every year, and more and more people love them. But there are still some styles that nobody cares...
$149.99 $114.99
  • Selvage Denim
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Bronson 1943 US Army HBT Duck Hunter Camo Pants
In early 1943, the US Army began using a two-piece (jacket and trousers) herringbone twill (HBT) camouflage uniform based on M1942 uniform.When Normandy landed, it was equipped with the Second Armored Division and the Army in the Pacific theater at...
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Bronson 1943 US Army HBT Duck Hunter Camo Shorts
In early 1943, the US Army began using a two-piece (jacket and trousers) herringbone twill (HBT) camouflage uniform based on M1942 uniform.When Normandy landed, it was equipped with the Second Armored Division and the Army in the Pacific theater at...
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Bronson 1944 806XX World War II Men's Red Ear Denim Jacket
LEVIS 506XX is known as the first generation of denim jacket (1st Jacket), began in 30s to the first half of 50s (1952), as was the popularity of workers overalls, between 1936 Red tab (red patent application), and later during...
$159.99 $119.99
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Bronson 1947 801XX Men's Selvage Denim Heavy Red Ear Tannin Jeans
Referring to Levi's production in 46-47, the trousers will fit in straight cylinder after washing and desizing.Reproduce in detail the lengthened and reinforced thick lines of side strands, classic Hidden rivets, and the asymmetrical back pockets of the 1ST.The front...
$104.99
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Bronson 1955 US Air Forces USAF Vietnam War Industries MA-1 Flying Flight Bomber Jacket
 We replica the first version of the MA-1 jacket about 1955. This version is very rare on the market. The color is gray-green with the characteristics of the times, completely restored the first year, the filling is blended wool (30%...
$129.99
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Bronson 1956 US Army Khaki Uniform Shorts
1955 US ARMY shorts. Uniform belongs to summer, which has been used until the cold war. Its characteristics are the pleats and darts of civil casual trousers, which make it easy and appropriate to modify buttocks and widen the leg...
$44.99
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Bronson 1965 US Army 1ST Model OG-107 M-65 Field Jacket
Over the past few years, retro elements have been warming up, and designers have tried to find inspiration in past classics. Whether it is celebrity or a science otaku, it doesn't matter. The M-65 is a competent jacket for anyone....
$129.99
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