12.5oz Warp stretch denim. Stretches length ways so stretches with you perfect for for a slimmer cut jean.
WEFT 91 DENIM
12oz Weft stretch denim. Stretches width ways so it gives extra comfort and stability for a wider cut jean.
Cast in one piece zamac.
For extra strength and light weight Zamac - zinc aluminium magnesium copper alloy traditionally used in the manufacturing of hotwhell cars.
Steel 9MM washer.
The unique design of the 19.91 rivet has a circular hole on the washer with a debussed hexagon to allowed the nail of the rivet to be compressed and capped giving maximum strength with minimal protrusion.
CORDED BELT LOOP
70mm x 12mm.
Military grade paracord is encapsulated within the beltloop for extra strength.
15mm x 4mm.
28 stitch Barrack.
Bartacks are placed at all stress points including the crotch point this is can be found on jeans pre 1950's it became less common to almost extinct wholly due to cost cuttings
THE SCOOP POCKET
170mm x 110mm.
The 19.91 scoop pocket is faced with binding on the reverse side strength, durability and longevity.
The scoop pocket was designed to give gold miners (circa 1870) at work easy access to the contents in their pockets without losing the contents whilst lying on their side down the mines.
THE 5th POCKET
105mm x 143m.
In the 1870's the 5th pocket was designed to hold matches the 19.91 match pocket will hold.
Either: 30g tobacco, a smart phone or a 4 finger kitkat.
THE SPADE POCKET
170mm x 175mm.
The back pocket is sympathetic to the prospectors of 1849 depicting the shape of a spade.
The very first jean only had one back spade pocket, as you would have been lying where the other one would have been placed whilst picking at a rock face in a gold mine.
THE 19.91 SPADE POCKET
170mm x 175mm.
Fully lined for strength, durability and longevity.
Jeans have been found from the 19th century with half lined space pockets.
All washes are carefully calculated to created the required look with minimum damage to the fabric and environment.