BOBSON's history is packed into these top-of-the-line selvedge jeans. The name is "B-1969-XX-J".
Each "B-1969-XX-J" is individually engraved with a serial number on the patch and flasher when purchased.
In this article. We will introduce the secret behind the patches and flashers of "B-1969-XX-J" and the serial number.
Full of 1970s retro look. Leather patches with a special attention to detail.
The "B-1969-XX-J" patch is engraved with your own serial number with the serial number.
The patches are made of genuine cowhide leather, which becomes more durable the more you use it, and the cattle mark is printed with a red foil press.
Recently, patches for jeans are often made of soft and thin leather. But for " B-1969-XX-J," we dared to use hard and thick genuine leather to express old-fashioned Japanese strength.
Also, modeled after the design used in 1970, the size and color of the patches are carefully selected to emphasize the retro feel.
The more you wear the patches, the more you can enjoy their luster and flavor.
Flasher with an image of a map from the nautical era
A flasher with a serial number printed on it is attached to the hip pocket of the jeans.
The image is that of a map of the nautical era.
The highest quality jeans that can be worn for a long time are your partner who will sail with you through your life. To commemorate your departure, we have used the image of a map of the nautical age.
The text "MADE IN JAPAN OF THE FINEST" indicates that these are the highest quality domestic denim jeans.
The flashers are hand waxed one by one.
What is the waxing process?
The waxed paper process, also known as waxed paper, is a process in which paper is soaked in wax melted by heat.
The wax soaks into the paper, giving it a depth and transparency, and changes its texture to be pleasantly moist to the touch.
When you pick up a "B-1969-XX-J," please pay attention to the flasher as well.
What is the meaning behind the serial number?
The serial number is a series of alphabets and numbers. Did you know that each letter has its own meaning?
BOBSON's serial numbers include
- Country of manufacture
This information is written on the label.
The meaning of the serial number of "B-1969-XX-J" is as follows
The meaning differs depending on the number and alphabet as follows.
|Country of manufacture||
7: Bell Bottom
H : 2022
I : 2023
J : 2024
|BI : Okayama Sewing|
Big Island, which sews "B-1969-XX-J", is a sewing factory located in Kojima, Okayama Prefecture, the sacred land of domestic denim. This company is skilled in the art of sewing vintage denim.
If you know the meaning and look at the serial number, you will find an interesting discovery.
BOBSON " B-1969-XX-J STRAIGHT SELVEDGE DENIM" with a lot of attention to detail
The "B-1969-XX-J STRAIGHT SELVEDGE DENIM" is packed with denim culture and BOBSON's history, while also incorporating modern needs.
The points of particular interest are not only the patches and flashers introduced here, but also the fabric, sewing, design, and everything else!
Please read this article for the particular points.
This is one of the best for you who love jeans.
We would like to offer one that fits every jeans owner, so please feel free to contact us if you are not sure about the size and so on.
BOBSON will continue to protect and pass on the Japanese jeans culture.