Replicas Of Mini Early 1900s Overalls
Cone Denim created mini overalls that were carried in the early 1900s by the Cone Denim Mills sales force. These overalls are replicas of early salesman samples which were used by salesmen when they traveled around with new collections. The mini samples are crafted with Cone Denim selvage in both pink and pride selvedge ID’s.
Proceeds Of The Sales Goes To Charities
The Cone Community Collection of fabrics is designed to support and raise awareness for worthy causes that align with the values and soul of Cone Denim. All the proceeds from the sale of the pride salesman sample will be donated to the HRC Human Rights Campaign working to achieve equality for the LGBTQ Community. By buying this special piece you can make a difference.
Proceeds from the sale of the pink salesman sample will be donated in support of Breast Cancer Awareness. Cone Denim is a proud supporter of the Alight Program, a local Greensboro, NC organization that supports women and their families with financial, educational, and emotional assistance throughout the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this item will be donated to this incredible organization.
The Details Of The Salesman Samples
The Cone Denim salesman samples have a selvage ID on the bib, the back pocket, and the inside front seam. It features vintage-inspired shank buttons with a laurel wreath design for overall straps. The dimensions are 12″ x 8″, and they’re handcrafted in Greensboro, NC by Hudson Overall Company. They’re available at the Cone Denim White Oak shop.