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Bass Pro offers Cordura-based RedHead Denim Utility jeans
19
Jan '12
INVISTA's CORDURA brand team announces the availability of RedHead Denim Utility jeans made with CORDURA Denim fabric at Bass Pro Shops, one of America's premier outdoor retailers.

“The RedHead Denim Utility jeans are as comfortable as comparable weight cotton, with four times better resistance to abrasion to boot,” said Larry Whiteley, manager of communications at Bass Pro Shops. “We think the wearers of these jeans will be pleased with the comfort of CORDURA Denim fabric, and the functionality and convenience of the features.”

Some of the tailored features of the RedHead Denim Utility jeans include:
• Rivets at all stress points
• Hammer loop
• Tool pocket on right side
• Two front pockets
• Watch pocket on right side
• Two back patch pockets

Constructed of 84 percent cotton/16 percent high strength INVISTA T420 nylon 6,6 fiber, the RedHead Utility jeans are machine wash and dryable for added convenience. Part of the CORDURA brand Apparel Collection, CORDURA Denim fabric retains the authentic look and feel of traditional 100 percent cotton denim, but with added abrasion resistance, and toughness.

CORDURA Denim fabric is designed to provide jeans with exceptionally durable performance without compromising on comfort and style, and brings with it the heritage of the CORDURA brand which has proven performance in the world's toughest environments.

INVISTA


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