The design of the flasher is also very different from the usual 501.
The silhouette has not been changed.
A leather patch that has been used continuously since Long Day.
A flasher with a large claim to be made in the USA. There is no size guide or any other notation.
The tag is attached to the same as a regular 501.
A tag indicating that the fabric is made in the White Oak Factory.
The back of the tag. A picture of the old White Oak factory is used.
Another tag attached.
There is a description of selvedge fabric.
It has a white oak tag and a "Made in U.S.A." tag.
Near-square back pocket with shallow architeit stitching angles.
back pokcket (back)
It's single stitched, perhaps with vintage in mind.
Double-sided embroidered tabs with small "e"
Attached to the seam. The thickness is normal.
Vintage-inspired black bar tuck
Plated iron buttons. V-shaped stitching next to the top button.
With the exception of the top button, there are three buttons.
Fewer buttons with fewer pots and pans.
top button (back)
"5115" engraving. Single stitching on waist belt.
Long Day and 501-1995 used darker rivets, but they have reverted to the common copper-plated rivets.
Rivet backs are also made of copper-plated steel.
Red selvedges that are taken slightly wider. Chain stitching at the hem.
It is not reinforced with a bar tack.
coin pocket (back)
The part of selvedge is used.
Slightly brighter fabric with a noticeable blue tint, just like the 501-1995.