1921 produced in Winnipeg, Canada by Western Glove Works. Steeped in denim heritage the company has been manufacturing denim since 1921, when the Silver family started the company to produce denim work wear. Western Glove Works is one of the few remaining denim manufacturers that houses its own sewing, laundry and sandblasting facilities.
The innovators at 1921 have perfected techniques for constructing denim and infuse the collection with everything that a jean should be. The brand uses Kaihara, an authentic ring spun denim from Japan. Fully handcrafted, each jean is handcut. All abrasion detail is done using special hand tools – making each 1921 jean distinctly different from the next. No detail is spared, down to the hammered buttons and rivets in a patina finish and the busted seams with a salvedge edge look.