JEANSJeans — trousers made of thick cotton cloth, with prokladnymi seams seams on the pockets. First produced in 1873 Levi Strauss as working clothes for farmers, the so-called rednecks. Originally, jeans were sewn from hemp canvas of English or American manufacture, considerably cheapened because of the decline of the sailing fleet. Due to this, the material of the jeans has gained a reputation for being an exceptionally durable wear.

In the future, hemp was supplanted by cotton, and the beginning of “denim revolution” in the fashion world (1960s) hemp fabric was not used in their production.