Levis 527 Bootcut - Mostly
Originally designed to fit
over hardwearing boots, the 527 slim boot cut jean is a modern take on a
cowboy classic. They feature a lower rise, with a slightly slimmer fit
throughout the seat and thigh and a boot cut opening from knee to ankle.
With 5 pocket construction, hard wearing material and a boot leg cut,
the 527 are a perfect jean for the work environment and for a
comfortable casual alternative.
88% cotton / 12%
Mostly Mid Blue wash
Built to last
Slim straight fit
5 pocket construction
Concealed zip fly with
Copper rivets at vital
Leather 'horses' patch on
18.25cm ankle opening
Measurements taken from 32"
x 32" fitting jeans
Levi Strauss & Co. has been
innovating since the birth of the first pair of jeans on May 20th, 1873.
One day the wife of a local laborer asked Jacob Davis, a tailor and one
of Levi's loyal customers, to make a pair of pants for her husband that
wouldn't fall apart. Jacob came up with the idea to put metal rivets at
points of strain, like pocket corners and the base of the button fly.
Davis collaborated with Levi and soon the first riveted clothing was
made and sold. The first pair of 'jeans' were made from traditonal
denim, a popular choice of fabric for men's workwear, and within a very
short time the jean was a bona fide success.
In 1873, two visionary
immigrants turned denim, thread and a little metal into what has become
the most popular apparel on earth.