Lee Cooper Jeans Specifications

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Lee Cooper Jeans Specifications
The Lee Cooper brand of jeans is a UK creation that celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2008. (abstract,shape of uk/united kingdom. map image by L. Shat from Fotolia.com)

Lee Cooper, based in the United Kingdom, makes denim jeans, shirts and shoes for men and women. The company got its start in the east end of London in 1908, making tough, durable workwear. Lee Cooper has the distinction of being the first and oldest authentic denim brand of jeans in Europe.

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Lee Cooper sells jeans for men and women, as well as T-shirts, other tops, skirts, belts and accessories. Jean collections include 100 Year, Red Diamond, Originals, Lou Doillion and JCDC Denim. The Lee Cooper jeans come in a variety of styles, including straight-leg, stretch, flare, skinny leg, regular, loose fit, and slim. Choose between finishes and colours such as rinsed/deep hand used, dark relief worn, dark neg/brushed used, light brushed used, rinsed grey tint, centenary used and Gautic brushed/used. Based on waist and leg measurements, sizes for men range from 28/30 to 42/34 while women's sizes run from 26/30 to 38/34.

Cost and Availability

Lee Cooper Jeans can be purchased at Lee Cooper online. As of October 2010, a pair of men's LC118 straight leg jeans cost £51.80 and a pair of women's Brigitte straight leg jeans were marked down from £51.80 to £33.7. A fit guide is available online to ensure correct measurements. Lee Cooper Jeans ships orders in the UK by first class post. Orders shipped to mainland Europe arrive in three to four working days, and shipments to the U.S. arrive in seven to 10 working days.


Lee Cooper, a maker of durable, denim work clothing, was founded in 1908, but has changed and adapted with the times to remain a viable manufacturer of clothing. During World Wars I and II, the company made military uniforms, but after the war concentrated on producing jeans. When the 1950s and 60s rolled around, jeans became a symbol of rebellion and rock 'n roll for young people.

Today, Lee Cooper produces various styles and washes of jeans,

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