SUGAR CANE LOT NO. SC41947 14.25OZ. DENIM 1947 MODEL REGULAR STRAIGHT JEANS
The 1947 model is iconic jeans of Sugar Cane that represents the extravagant details found in the vintage jeans made in the late 1940s. The entire process of production that includes spinning, dyeing, weaving, and sewing is based on one of vintage jeans, and done with great care to create a pair that is worthy of the name “Standard Denim”. The silhouette is regular straight.
Sugar Cane has studied and paid the closest attention to the entire process of recreating vintage denim, such as spinning, weaving, dyeing and stitching. Accordingly, their denim products have been loved and appreciated by many people across the world for a long period of time, establishing their status as timeless classic pieces. This is what we call a true “STANDARD.”
Most modern clothing uses zip fly, but in 1947 button fly was the mainstream. One of the reasons for this is that the fabric used for these jeans is not pre-shrunk, so if the zipper is attached and then washed, the fabric will shrink and the zipper will become unusable. Inspired by vintage, it uses iron buttons with original engraving.
Selvage is used at the edge of the coin pocket opening. Reinforced with punched copper rivets. As you can see from the aging samples, as a result of meticulous attention to the fabric and parts, the denim fabric fades with repeated wear and washing without forcibly modifying it, and the rivets oxidize and show a beautiful aging.
When stitching the top of the waist belt, the belt loops and leather patches are sewn together. The patch is made of deerskin. If you look at vintage jeans, the center back belt loop is sometimes offset, but the 1947 model is centered. Just like vintage clothes, which were made in an era when standards were not yet unified, every detail is faithfully reproduced, such as using dozens of different types of cotton threads of different colors and thicknesses for sewing.
The stitching of the hip pocket is common to both the left and right, starting with the upper right edge stitch, going to the upper left of the pocket, entering inside, inserting the inside stitch and returning to the upper right. Gray hidden bar tacks applied for reinforcement are slightly peeking.
Since exposed rivets may damage horse saddles, cars, furniture, etc., concealed rivets (hidden rivets), which have been adopted since 1937, can be seen from the inside. Waist pocket sacking. Selvage is used at the edges of the bottom seam allowance. A thick cotton thread is used for the stitching of the crotch part where the load is applied. A reinforcing bar tack is put in the thick part where the fabric gathers.
A model with a height of 175 cm and a weight of 65 kg wears a waist of 30 inches.