Put on a Lee jean jacket, and you’re essentially wearing a piece of history— the history that built America.
Way back in the way back, building upon the success of our Union-All workwear, the Loco Jacket— a long, boxy denim jacket style— was introduced in 1921 for railroad workers. In 1931, debuted twin chest pockets and functional details in our Lee Riders Denim Jacket for men, specifically for men who worked on the range as cowboys.
And that Lee Riders blue jean jacket is the iconic garment that we know today as the quintessential men’s denim jacket. You can find that same dark, indigo denim and authentic stitching recut into a modern short-slim style with our 101 Rider men's denim jacket.