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SOLD: PALMER TRADING CO. "Brimfield Buckle-Back" Denim Jeans. 34/36. LEATHER BUCKLE AT BACK!

SOLD: PALMER TRADING CO. "Brimfield Buckle-Back" Denim Jeans. 34/36. LEATHER BUCKLE AT BACK!



Made by the Palmer Trading Co. Archive of New York City these jeans are unbelieveably high quality. Cut from thick and sturdy selvage denim the copper rivets are all hand-made and hand-attached, as are the hand-swirled steel buttons with copper rivet heads at the fly. The main fly button at the waist is hand-made from an American penny with a thick center copper rivet.

These jeans feature a thick leather back buckle--again, secured to the jeans by hand-made copper rivets--that ensures a perfect fit. They also feature a full complement of belt loops. The deep and functional ticket pocket that's inside the right-hand front pocket is also leather--the same hide as the buckle--and is also attached by hand-made copper rivets. The back patch features the Palmer Trading Co. three pines logo, and is, of course, also hand-made and leather.

The pockets are made with heavy striped cotton of the sort made famous by C19th railroad uniforms.

These jeans were built in Hartford, Conn., and come complete with a lifetime guarantee. Naturally, all of the materials that went into making them were sourced in the USA.

These are jeans made as they should be--and as they were when denim clothing was first made for gold prospectors, farm hands, and cowboys during the C19th!

These are incredible jeans, and worth every penny of the $360 that they originally retailed for. These are new, with all of their tags attached. I'm asking just $115, OR OFFER, boxed, shipped, and insured in the USA. International inquiries welcome, with shipping at reduced cost.

Please PM with interest and offers!

Tagged 34/36.


Waist: 17 1/4
Inseam: 34 1/2

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