Warehouse Lot 1939S Montgomery Ward Jeans
Warehouse Lot 1939S is based on an American jeans style from the 1930’s. The original design is done by Montgomery Ward store. This chain store is founded in 1872 in Chicago, U.S.A. Warehouse is a ‘member’ of the legendary Osaka 5 club from Japan. Osaka 5 contains five denim brands as Denime, Studio D’Artisan, Fullcount, Evisu and Warehouse. Learn more about Osaka 5 in the movie Weaving Shibusa here.
Details Of The Jeans
This pair of Warehouse X Montgomery Ward jeans has a ‘Lone Star’ stiching on the back pockets. These jeans were originally designed for three U.S. Rodeo Champions during 1937 – 1939. The jeans is made of a 13.7oz left hand orange selvage. The details of the jeans refers to typical 1930’s styles as unbranded donut nickel buttons at the fly, crotch rivet and the fit of course. The fit is a high rise with straight legs. The back pockets and belt loops are extra stitched for durability. The leather patch is made of natural tanned deerskin which age nicely together with the jeans. The jeans is made in Japan.
The fit of the jeans.
The details of the jeans.
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