This is a boys' model of LEE RIDERS that seems to be made in the late 1950s. The specifications are different from those for adults, but the fabric used remains the same.
It looks like a leather patch like Lee's familiar one, but it is made of vinyl chloride, perhaps because it is for children.
This flasher features the familiar cowboy illustration. According to Flasher, the fabric is 13 3/4 ounces." The label "BOY'S & YOUTH' Cowboy Pants" indicates that 111-B-Y was the model number for Boys' Youth.
A corresponding chart for age and waist/length size is listed. This one is for 11-year-olds with a 25.5-inch waist and a 27-inch length.
It is attached to the inside right back of the waist belt, slightly different from the one used on the 101Z and others. Since there is no "R" or "M.R." yet, we can assume that it is from the 1950s.
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