So what makes it a western fit? The Wilkes boasts an elongated front rise, a two piece waistband, yoke-over detail, and a regular fit thigh and knee. What that means is that you'll "sit" in these jeans extremely comfortably, even when standing.
Denim's diagonal pattern is called a twill weave. Broken twill combines the more common left-hand twill (LHT) with a right-hand twill (RHT), reversing the direction of the weave consistently. The continuous break in the pattern reduces the natural torquing or leg twist, common to many regular weaves.
Featuring a signature leather patch and a YKK #5 zipper from Georgia, this unique jean is a great fit for a discerning eye.
Mill: Yoshiwa Mills
Care: cold wash with mild detergent, hang dry
Fit: regular fit with a bigger bucket for your seat, dropping straight from knee to ankle.
Due to their durable American Made construction, these jeans will last for years to come.
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