History of Boot Cut Jeans





The term jeans applies to a pair of pants made of the material denim. Originally they were made for work wear because they are durable and robust, but in the 1950s in America they became popular among the younger generation as everyday wear and tear. Because of their popularity, many pieces and styles of jeans have been created to give people options in the style of jeans they want to wear. These different styles and pieces each have a name like Skinny Jeans, Flared or Boyfriend Jeans or Boot Cut Jeans.

History of Boot Cut Jeans

The Boot Cut jeans were originally used by sailors when they were doing moving jobs so they could get them dirty without worrying. The jeans' deferred style was simple straight up and down to the knee and then flew a bit to the ankle so that they would fit in with their uniform and over the boots. When the time went to the end of the luggage, jeans became wider and wider until soon the bagged sailors for sailors were replaced by belt bottom jeans and pants (what we know as flared jeans or flared pants today). Shortly thereafter, the trend spread in the boot cut jean and pants to Europe and then around the world. The men's and women's pants and pants differ, because the women's are lean against the leg before the knee and then open more towards the ankle while the male shooter is as long open all the way up and down.

Until today, jeans and trousers are worn by men and women for work clothes and casual. All jeans brands have their own boot-cut version, including Levis, Wrangler, G Star, Diesel and so on.