Reproduction of the earliest riveted work pants, commonly known as "1873 riveted work pants". ( In 1873, Jacob Davis, with funding from Levi Strauss, secured a patent for riveted work pants.)
These work pants are made from 10.5 oz. red selvedge canvas. The yarn for the fabric is combed cotton ring-spun yarn, which is woven on the vintage wooden shuttle loom. A Japanese GUNZE sewing thread was used to complete the sewing.
Loose-fitting straight, high waist, pocket watch pocket at the waist, single back pocket, left tool pocket, and suspender buttons at the waist, no belt loops, including details of the process, all restored to the original version.
It's classic and retro. You can roll up your pants and wear them, looks very rugged style.
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Love these pants, they’re very long and high waisted, the buttons for the suspenders are very wide so I couldn’t use my smaller suspenders, make sure you get the big heavy ones from Bronson, they’re really good and I couldn’t find anything similar that wasn’t double the price.
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Awesome pants! I've been looking for some good 1870s style canvas pants, and not only I found them but they're under $100. Took about 2 weeks to get from China to USA.