- 97% Cotton, 3% Spandex
- Machine Wash
- 2 front scoop pockets with coin pocket
- 2 back patch pockets with signature embroidery
- Lowest rise
- Straight leg
- Stretch Twill
- Size 11
Lee Uniforms 5 Pocket Straight Leg Pant
Package Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 2 inches
Shipping Weight: 13 oz
Item model number: K9433JL
LEE THROUGH THE YEARS
Take a trip down Lee’s memory lane and witness over 100 years of jeans history.
Surprisingly, Lee didn’t begin by making clothing—or manufacturing anything at all for that matter. Established in 1889 as a wholesale mercantile of groceries & goods to the West, The H.D. Lee Mercantile Company expanded gradually, and in 1912 began to manufacture work wear. Problem-solving designs earned Lee a reputation for quality, service, and integrity. The success of Lee’s workwear business eventually transformed the company into a worldwide leader in the apparel industry, known for superior comfort and stylish versatility.
THE BEGINNING HENRY DAVID LEE
Henry David Lee and four business partners established The H.D. Lee Mercantile Company in Kansas. They sourced groceries and other staples from around the world and packaged them for the distribution of drying good and grocery stores under the Lee brand.
As the region’s population grew, demand for goods that couldn’t be improved or made locally increased, and Lee expanded its offerings to meet consumer needs. Dry goods merchants could order nearly anything from The H.D. Lee Mercantile Company’s 1899 Notions Catalog—from air rifles, apple butter, baseball mitts, bib overalls, coffee grinders and fabric to maraschino cherries, stationery and school supplies, toilet paper, whistles, and Worcestershire sauce. Between 1900 and 1909, Lee established The H.D. Lee Flour Mills Company, Lee Hardware Company, and Kansas Ice and Storage.