A Wrangler denim jacket with a zippered front and a button front that has since been released. It appears to have been more popular than the model (111MJ). From the tag, it is assumed to have been made between 1956 and 1961. It is often regarded as a more complete design, and it was a very popular model.
Vertical bell tag with size notation in lower right corner. The absence of the ○R implies that it was made in 1956-61. A strap is attached above the tag for functional consideration.
There are two breast pockets with double stitching. The pen holder above the left pocket in the photo is also of traditional specifications.
There are hand warmers on both sides of the waist. This may have been a novelty at a time when hand warmers were not common.
The action pleats at the base of the arms are designed to make it easy to move your arms. It's a great detail to have when you want to wear it tighter.
Rubber bands are attached to the left and right sides in six places to maintain both style and mobility. When the color starts to fade, the unique quirks like folds become apparent. However, they are prone to breaking and coming off, and many of the ones on the market are gone.