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Hot Products Showcase: Denim

Denim

It’s not uncommon to hear the entire cultural output of the U.S. reduced to a few bullet points: rock and roll, Hollywood, cowboys and – always – blue jeans. Denim predates the introduction of dungarees by a few centuries, but it’s only after Levi Strauss received his patent in 1873 that denim became inextricably woven into the American identity. But there is much more to denim than jeans. — Chuck Zak

       
  1. Classic jacket (RSAND401) from American Apparel (asi/35297; circle 81 on Free Info Card). Decorated by Penn Emblem Company (asi/77120; circle 103 on Free Info Card).
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  3. Embroidered washed kerchief (4504A) from Mega Cap (asi/70434; circle 114 on Free Info Card).
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  5. Vintage men’s jacket (TJ630) from Dickies (asi/49675; circle 115 on Free Info Card). Embroidered by Swan Marketing, LLC (asi/700627; circle 116 on Free Info Card).
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  7. Women’s bib overall (WR008) from Carhartt by Broberry Manufacturing, Inc. (asi/42057; circle 117 on Free Info Card).
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  9. Men’s relaxed jeans from (MCB09806) from Cutter & Buck (asi/47965; circle 118 on Free Info Card).
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  11. Vintage lightweight shirt (154695) from MV Sport/Weatherproof (asi/68318; circle 108 on Free Info Card).
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  13. One-pocket apron (BA1348P1) from Atteff (asi/37455; circle 119 on Free Info Card). Embroidered by Swan Marketing, LLC (asi/700627; circle 116 on Free Info Card).
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  15. Structured high-crown cap (39-090) from Otto Cap (asi/75350; circle 120 on Free Info Card).
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  17. Trendy zipper-top tote (BR-8518B) Goodview Industries (asi/57705; circle 121 on Free Info Card). Embroidered by Swan Marketing, LLC (asi/700627; circle 116 on Free Info Card).
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