Echoing the rivets seen in the rivets used in skin of the classic propliner planes nearly a century later, the tough metal fixings were purely functional reinforcing to add more strenght to the work wear, protecting against ripped pockets and extending life. Embedded in the plane skins also embedded strength holding the panels together securely as the metal expanded an contracted in the varying temperatures during flight.
Back in the early days of flight, jeans were quickly adopted by the legends of the early flying machines. The tough, rugged material prefectly complemented the demanding lifestyles of the first adventorous wild-eyed pilots. Jeans and their flying jackets became the perfect uniform as they took their crazy flights of fancy up into freedom unlimited.
Today's PME Jeans range stays true to denim's origins, tough, hardwearing and rugged. Like the cargo pilot that inpsires PME Jeans is stipped back, simple and functional, yet delivers something more.