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In the 1950s and beyond, the image of denim as a workwear fabric began to shift as it was adopted by the youth. Today, denim is considered a staple fashion item. In the 1970s, when blue dominated the denim scene, new changes were a foot: Black denim appeared on the market. At the time, the US punk and rock scenes were heating up, so black denim was the perfect apparel for those seeking to embody a theme of resistance and iconoclasm.
The influence of black denim spread to everything from T-shirts to pants, with the all-black look becoming a new fashion. Black denim is today a staple, but it in fact emerged out of cultural change.
A contemporary fit with influence from denim worn in the 1960's. The Black Denim pant is slim fitting made from 14oz selvedge black denim cloth, made exclusively for The Real McCoy’s and produced in Kojima, Japan.
Deerskin Leather Patch
Selvage Black Denim
Made In Japan
Next working day service £6
Weekend priority service £15
USA and Canada
Express 2 day service £15
Express 1 to 2 day service £15
Economy 3 to 5 day service £10
Express 2 day service £25
Asia, Australasia and Rest of World
Express 2 to 3 day service £25
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We offer a 14 day no hassle returns policy, whereby you can return your purchase for a refund or credit note. Please see our returns section for further details
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Taking it’s cues from each changing era of the American experience in Sportswear, Denim and Workwear, Joe McCoy continues to manufacture unchanging products designed to last generations.
When unraveling the cultural history woven together on the American continent, the singular contribution of one legendary figure comes quickly to mind, Joseph Getting McCoy. As the son of immigrants, Joe McCoy combined the traditions of his parents with ideas born of the the new world. he rode the mid-nineteenth century frontier wave eastward to frame with his innovate and tough brand of textiles. The arrival of work pants reinforced with copper rivets heralded the dawn of the new era. In the early twentieth century, motorisation, prosperity and strong demand for durable goods and luxuries rapidly spread across the country. Labourers wanted tough and affordable workwear. Gatsbyian playboys wanted suits and coats of the finest materials. Not many years later this deepening polarity gave way to a bubble-bursting depression and world-changing war, followed by a radical shift in clothing needs. The garment industry was revolutionised as government contracts poured in for innovative and functional clothing. When the dust settled, American garments were recognised round the world for their function and originality. Taking it’s cues from each changing era of the American experience in Sportswear, Denim and Workwear, Joe McCoy continues to manufacture unchanging products designed to last generations.