Traced silhouette from the vintage owned by TCB and pick up the sewing thread by picking up the count and the color one by one. The fabric used is about 13.5 oz Zimbabwe Cotton. It is not the unevenness created forcibly by the mainstream computer now, but it is created by adjusting the old-fashioned spinning machine. Atari sense is characterized by thick and short fall, and when it is connected to the line naturally, it can be expected that the best fall will be attracted. Rise is a relaxed silhouette that is slightly tapered toward the hem. The cut when putting in the hidden rivet reproduces the highest strength specification among the methods at the time. All paper patches are handmade processed. When the color of the base is dropped, the paper is broken and the image is darker from inside. The lower obi below the waist is sewn with a chain stitch until the obi without sewing. I dare to leave the ring without putting in the ring. The old part of the sleek part called vintage has many things that are sewn rough, so TCB jeans 50's are reproduced to the extent that there is no problem with strength. Sewing thread is sewn with 4 colors and 5 types of thread count. Depending on where you sew, you can change the sewing width, or adjust the sewing machine or remodel it.