The current product is called rigid, but it uses alcohol glue and is a little soft in texture, but these days it still has a unique smell as if natural glue was used.
The silhouette is not much different from that of the 66 model, but it appears to be slightly slimmer.
Like the 66 model, it is a paper patch with tear-off tabs and a Care stamp on top of the "501". Little curing is evident.
It is the same as the one after the Big E, and the year of copyright acquisition remains 1966.
Made of paper." Notation of "FOR OVER 125 YEARS". As for the contents of the warranty, it was changed to "EVERY PAIR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED" from a note that it would be replaced with a new one. Flasher's copyright was acquired in 1966.
It's attached to the bottom left of the waist belt and tells you how to handle it as it's written on the patch. It is identified as a red-eared model because the shrinkage is 10% (8% is 66chain model).
The number "4 1 524" indicates that it was made at the factory in April 524, 1981.
Near-square-shaped back pocket. The angle of the arcuate stitch is moderately deep, neither shallow nor deep, and the color of the stitch is orange.
back pocket (back)
Same chain stitching as the 66chain model
It's a double-sided tab on the small e, but the letters have been changed from embroidery to print." The letter "V" is uneven on the left and right.
It's a galvanized iron button, no different from the ones used in the past.
The number of buttons is the same as in BIg E, except for the top button, which has three.
Buttons that are not foot-long R with a pitter-patter between letters.
top button (back)
Copper-plated iron rivets
made of aluminum
The coin pocket is used vertically and the cloth on the other side is used horizontally. The stitching on the back is a chain stitch.
The specifications of the cannulae to match the seams remain the same.
The color of his ears has faded to pink. It is sewn quite misaligned.
It is sewn with chain stitch.
Not much slaviness, but surprisingly a lot of neps.