The first meaning of cowboy that appears in the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE ) refers to what is linked to shepherds dedicated to cattle . A cowboy, in this sense, is the one who looks after and drives the cows. For example: “My grandfather, in his youth, was a cowboy, but then he emigrated to the city”, “We have crossed four cowboys since we left town”, "Cowboys can walk for hours".
In each country , cowboys are known by different denominations, among which we find cowboys , charros , gauchos , llaneros or huasos , to cite some possibilities.
In the case of cowboys, these are typical characters of the culture American. To the highly skilled riders who participated in the Civil war and they faced the aborigines they are known as cowboys: that's why the films that deal with these themes are called Cowboy movies or of cowboys .
Within the computer animation cinema, the most prominent and memorable character is without a doubt the Commissioner Woody , a cowboy who has starred in films of the saga Toy story, and that has also appeared in some short films. Your relationship with Buzz Lightyear, his friend, and Andy, its owner, are some of the conductive threads of its stories. Regarding his voice, he has always been in charge of acclaimed American actor Tom Hanks.
Cowboy is also a type of pants that formerly used the people dedicated to livestock and field tasks. This garment, known in English as jeans, today is widely used in cities .
Jeans, which are made with a fabric called denim or denim , they can have different colors (since they are dyed) and fasten with zipper (closure) or buttons: “Could you iron the black cowboy, please? I would like to use it for dinner tonight ”, “The singer took the stage with a cowboy and a plaid shirt”, "I'm going to change myself so I wear a shorts: playing football with a cowboy is not the most recommended ”.
He colour to which jeans are usually associated is blue, and in fact in English there is the term blue jeans ("blue jeans"), which has adapted to our language as "bluyín". This style of pants was invented in 1871 by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss & Co. , and patented two years later.
In the beginning, blue jeans were manufactured exclusively for men, mainly for farmers and miners, although almost a century later they became immensely popular in the city, among teenagers belonging to the subculture known as greasers (The term refers to the fat used in the hair).
The hippies they also adopted this style of pants in the 60s, and soon their popularity spread to the lovers of punk rock and of heavy metal. There is no other item of clothing that has transcended time as cowboys, as they are still the preference of most Western people in many of their informal activities.
The jeans that we can buy today are presented in various settings, such as being sharp, thin, tight, cut boot , straight, shiny, cigarette bottom, anti-fit, narrow bottom and low waist.
One of the most popular variations of jeans are the "distressed", that is, those that appear to be worn out over time, even if it is an item that has not been used before. This fashion It brought some alterations to the manufacturing process, to simulate the aging of the fiber.