The NEXUS VII brand, a familiar name among vintage fans, has been joined by LEE and This is a reprint of a WWII cowboy jacket created in collaboration. The highlight of this product is that it took five years of development to recreate the fabric from the Great War." Many vintage fans may have been looking forward to the release of the BEYONDEXX fabric. I'm not so much interested in replicas, but I got it this time. I am not usually interested in replicas, but I got it this time because I was quite interested in them. I don't have the original and I don't know about the original, so I got it this time. I'll give you a brief introduction to the details and more.
At a glance, it looks almost identical to the first Levi's model. I think it's fair to say that we don't see the original model of Levi's, unlike Levi's. They are sewn with cotton thread.
When you open the flap, you can see that the top edge of the pocket is also riveted. The back of the flap is made of the fabric used for the selvedge.
Inside the pocket, a union ticket is attached to the pocket, which is familiar to LEE products.
The sleeves are cuffed and riveted with laurel button cuffs. Like the Levi's First, the cuffs are made to come up on the front side.
The fabric seems to have a black tinge to it in the dark dyeing. The nepiness is very strong, and the nepiness is very noticeable both from the front and the back. On the other hand, it doesn't have an exaggerated slubby look, which is a common feature of replica denim fabrics. There is none. It is said to be a reproduction of the Great War model-like, but how well it is reproduced, the future color I'm looking forward to the fall.