The flasher etc. are unchanged from 501-1999.
Slightly slender and straight. The silhouette isn't much different from what it has been.
The patch has been changed to a cowhide patch. Compared to the paper patch, the design of the two-horse mark has been simplified, and various text notations have been removed.
No change from the flasher that came with the 501-1999.
It is tagged with a laundry tag as well as a variety of other tags. The country of production is Mexico. It is written in each country's language, indicating the introduction of a unified global standard.
In the case of 501-1999, the shape was like a squeeze at the bottom, but in the case of Long Day, the shape was returned to almost a square.
back pocket (back)
It features a vintage-like single stitching that shows a surprising amount of attention to detail.
Small "E" double-sided embroidered tabs.
The 501-1999 had a thicker belt loop, but it has been reverted to a narrower one.
Bar tack with yellow stitching
Plated iron buttons. The top button has V-stitching, which is also a vintage touch.
Excluding the top button, the number is three.
A button with few pots and pots is used.
top button (back)
"4093" engraved. Single stitching on the waistbelt gives it a vintage-like look.
The rivets are a near-black color that has not been seen on previous 501s, which gives the impression of being quite sharp.
Selvedge fabric is used and the width of the side split is large. Yellow chain stitching at the hem.
This is also the same as the 501XX, but it's not reinforced by bar tack.
coin pocket (back)
The selvedge part is used.
Some warp threads that seem to be falling down are noticeable in places. It's a color that looks like a subdued replica of a common Japanese fabric.