Lee Jeans is a major international retailer and manufacturer of denim wear and casual wear. Established in 1889, the company is headquartered in Merriam, Kansas, and is often referred to as the inventor of the jeans jackets. One of its most popular pieces of clothing, the Lee Rider Jacket is based on the company’s classic styles of the 1930s and 1950s. In fact, it's been said that the legendary actor, James Dean, was even a fan of that piece of clothing.
Check the jacket's tag to determine the era it was made. Compare it to Lee jacket tags found on the Vintage Motorcycle Jackets' website (vintagemotorcyclejackets.com).
Seek a clothing appraiser who can determine the overall value of the vintage Lee Rider jacket and the year it was made. Visit a vintage clothing store and ask the owner or manager to give you information about the jacket. Alternatively, seek a vintage clothing appraiser online.
Contact Lee customer service directly at 800-453-3348 at the time of this publication for help determining the value of the jacket.
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