Levi's Vintage Clothing Lot 66 Bib Overall 'Cannery Row' Jeans.
Approx 32" waist
These are a pair of pre-owned reproduction customised loose fitting work trouser produced from the Lot 66 Overalls from the early part of the 20th Century. The front patch pockets and belt loops have been produced from bib and braces. Featuring two anchor embossed top buttons on front of waistband in navy, along with a Levi’s branded metal button fly, concealed by the fly and a square metal cinch back. The wash has natural fraying, with striped patches and distressing.
The Cannery row simulates 10 years of hard labour from local workers from the surrounding factories,
predominantly sardine canner’s, who would use any fabric that they could find such as denim, striped and checked fabric in order to maintain the jeans they wore on a daily basis for work in the California state of USA. John Steinbech wrote about the characters of Monterrey in Cannery Row, giving us an insight into the hardships and tough lives of this raw community.