Woodrow Wilson Guthrie was born July 14, 1912, in Okemah, Oklahoma. He called it the "singiest, square dancingest, drinkingest, yellingest, preachingest, walkingest, talkingest, laughingest, cryingest, shootingest, fist fightingest, bleedingest, gamblingest, gun, club and razor carryingest of our ranch towns."
That described a lot of America in 1912.
A place where more people lived on farms than in cities.
Men made things with their hands.
Women baked from scratch.
And we still dared to dream big, and build things like the Empire State Building and the Grand Coulee Dam.
Woody's Jeans (No. 2765). From a time when Americans worked hard and looked good doing it.
A solid 13.5 ounces per square yard, they’re made of soft, yet durable 3x1 work-grade right hand twill cotton denim.
Front scoop pockets, separate watch pocket on the right, and spade-shaped back pockets. Six suspender buttons - two metal shank outside on the back and four regular inside on the front - and the classic V notch in the back.
Seams are double stitched with a heavy weight cotton thread. Bartacks at stress points for added durability. Classic indigo stonewash that'll fade nicely over time.
As Woody said, this land is your land, and these are the jeans that built it.
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