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Lee 101z Dry 14oz Jeans

The first ever zip-fly jeans. In 1927, when Lee introduced it's zip-front line of overalls, it also offered for the first time the 101 Cowboy Pant with a zipper-front fly; they were the first zip-front fly cowboy pant available in the U.S. Today, Lee 101's iconic 101 Z jeans are cut in a smart, regular fit with a straight leg and zip fly.

• Style: 101 Z
• Fit: Regular fit - Straight leg - Mid rise
• Material: 100% cotton
• 14oz Blue Selvage Denim - Woven in Japan
• Heavyweight denim
• Leftthand twill
• Sanforized
• Zip-fly
• Leather patch

Tough and rigid, Lot #49 is one of Lee's best-loved fabrics: created at the Kaihara mill in Fukuyama City, Japan. Lot #49 is Kaihara's 14oz fabric, a naturally softer lefthand weave twill - specific to Lee. Dipped 13 times in natural indigo for a rich, upbeat tone. Using cotton mainly imported from the USA and ring-spun for a higher quality finish. Lee's lefthand twill always has a slightly tighter, more refined construction, and Lot #49 has a softer, smoother feel. Kaihara's vintage looms can only produce around 100 meters of fabric per 24 hours: a slow process, but definitely worth the wait. With a single blue selvage line.