here we go!
we could use this thread to compare different kind of 66 style inspired jeans cuts by various makers, geeking out on details and differences in cut, fabric etc etc.
1966 jeans details are widely known by just to sum it up:
silhouette: clean silhouette with mid rise, a regular top block and a slight taper from knee to hem
denim: the denim used for 60's jeans has usually a pale blue hue and should fade to a nice royal blue
- bartacks in lieu of rivets on backpockets
- square coinpocket
- no selvedge hidden in the coinpocket, which is usualy chaintitched
- double chainstitch waistband construction
- paper patch instead of leather patch
- absence of the V-stitch at the top button
66 models in the market nowadays:
LVC 1966 http://levisvintageclothing.com/product/1966-501-jeans/
Denime 66 http://www.denime.jp/realbasic/archive/?category=4
TCB 60's https://tcbjeans.stores.jp/#!/items/54a65f9c552f2f097d0020d8
Studio d'Artisan http://www.dartisan.co.jp/web_shop_detail.php?item_cd=16&cate_cd=2
Resolute 710 http://www.resolute.jp/710.html
Warehouse 1100 http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/ot-emens/item/mwa99-1100/
Pherrow's 466sw http://global.rakute...lo/item/962623/
Fob Factory F161 (possibly discontinued) http://www.fob-facto...ucts_zoom&pk=11
Boncoura 66type (http://maidens.shop-...p/?pid=47371645)
Fullcount 1800 (http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/very/item/fullcount-1800/)
i will update the list when time permits and add photos of details too.
there seems to be a fair bit of variation between all the different takes by different brands on this classic cut. let's compare them.