The first jean to boast a zip fly in the 101 collection, this jean made history, and for many, marked a way towards a more convenient way of wearing denim. Cut in a straight leg, from a 100% cotton 13.75 ounce denim, this mid-20th Century model is a stone cold classic. The pockets have been made smaller on this design, and moved slightly further apart, but still boast the iconic crossed bar tack stitch, the sewn in wave, and the rayon brand tab which has become so iconic in denim culture.
Branded copper rivets can be found throughout the jean, while a steel tuck button on the waistband displays the ‘Lee Riders’ moniker. Never ones to be outdone when it comes to attention to detail, the Lee company have treated this 'Made in Japan' model to an incredibly authentic 'heavy wash' ageing process, making this jean feel as though it has come straight from the annuls of history.