Women’s Reissue Side-Zip Lee Frontier Lady Jean

Item No. 3537F
4.1 out of 5 Customer Rating
Color : Blu-Fast Fade
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Lee has long been rooted in the legacy of Western attire. Although the rough-and-tumble landscape of the American West may make you think of cowboys and outlaws, the frontier was also home to extraordinary women. With Western-inspired apparel soaring in popularity, we met the demands of aspiring female pioneers by introducing a third denim pant style for women in June 1952. Those historical slacks had the whole kit and caboodle, with distinguishing features such as a side zipper closure, tapered legs, and two small flap pockets terminating at the hip. Forgoing the five-pocket construction of Lady Lee Riders for a flat front, the Frontier Lady No. 320 was tailored, tapered, and trimmed to assure comfort and good looks.

This pivotal piece of Lee history has been restored from our archives in brilliant detail. We stopped at nothing to recreate all the iconic features that made this pant a force to be reckoned with on and off the range, including the arrow-shaped Fancy Dart belt loops, the kind of pearl snaps you’d find on vintage cowboy shirts, and a horse-led stagecoach design on the interior woven label. Made of lightweight Jelt Cone denim, this faithful rendition pays homage to all the spies, scouts, mothers, and homestead keepers who made their mark on those untamed territories of old. A living legend made for today.

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