"The Original" S409XXX

M-WW2 1942-1945

America during World War II faced great hardships and limited resources. Production restrictions were imposed to conserve precious materials which also affected denim pants. Details were simplified and the pants became more utilitarian workwear. Through these garments, we begin to see the untold stories of workers from the era. Conners Sewing Factory allows us to embody these lost fragments and personal histories and give them new life.


M-WW2 1942-1945 Model Series

The so called “WWII Model” is a simplified piece reflecting the wartime production restrictions. It was made for use among the general US population. This is the signature piece from the three WWII models.

  • Price: ¥42,000 + tax
  • Size: W28 - W40
  • Fabric: WW2 denim
  • Stitch: All yellow stitches
San Francisco
S409XXX M-WW2
San Francisco

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San Francisco
S409XXX M-WW2
San Francisco

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This model was designed for workers in military supply production. Of the three WWII models, this one features the most careful sewing with a shorter stitch pitch due to the required strength for the type of work they were made for. This became the standard silhouette for classic style jeans.

  • Price: ¥42,000 + tax
  • Size: W28 - W40
  • Fabric: WW2 denim
  • Stitch: All yellow stitches
Santa Cruz. Front view
S409XXX M-WW2
Santa Cruz

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Santa Cruz. Back view
S409XXX M-WW2
Santa Cruz

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A special model sold at US Army Post Exchange shops during WWII. It features a wider stitch width and rougher sewing work. The silhouette is low-cut and slightly slimmer.

  • Price: ¥42,000 + tax
  • Size: W28 - W40
  • Fabric: WW2 denim
  • Stitch: All yellow stitches
San Jose. Front view
S409XXX M-WW2
San Jose

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San Jose. Back view
S409XXX M-WW2
San Jose

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