How Jeans Were Invented

Work or play, dress or casual, jeans are a ubiquitous part of everyone's wardrobe — 96% of Americans own at least one pair. Despite their widespread popularity, the riveted denim jean had a humble beginning as a solution to a specific problem. When California gold miners were wearing out their trousers faster than they could be patched, a young tailor named Jacob Davis had an idea.

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