Wax Canvas: Used on canvas sails and ponchos on clipper ships, when sailors discovered it was a superior waterproofing agent to linseed oil. Later, waxed cotton was adopted and worn by: farmers, outdoorsmen, soldiers, and motorcyclists.
Duck Canvas: A durable go-to material for centuries. Initially used for sails, tents, and tarps, then eventually work clothing.
Cone Denim: A classic raw (dry) denim that has been indigo dyed and sanforized to prevent shrinkage. It’s long wearing and will soften like your favorite jeans.