The jeans we wear today are more or less identical to those that miners, workers, and cowboys wore a hundred years ago or more. They’ve inherited almost all of the original features that made blue jeans a success in the first place.
Jeans are a staple in any man’s wardrobe, but how much do you know about jeans back pocket? Let’s learn about what stitching on the back pockets stands for?
The stitching on the back pockets from a pair of Levi’s Jeans is called Arcuate design. The name refers to the form of an arc. The arcuate stitching dates back to the earliest Levi’s waist overalls from 1873. The arcuate stitching probably refers to a flying rocky mountain eagle. This can’t be confirmed by the company as Levi’s headquarters and two factories were destroyed after a heavy earthquake and fire in San Francisco in the year 1906. The earthquake destroyed their complete archive.
The stitching on the back pockets from a pair of Lee Jeans is a Concise line.
The stitching on the back pockets from a pair of Wrangler Jeans is a Very tough W bag.
Calvin Kein（There’s nothing between Calvin and me）
RRL by Ralph Lauren
Diesel has em all on the back pocket.