Slim Jean / Jet Black II

$128.00

Lot # 061917

Limited edition - 100 pairs made
Denim by DNA, USA

Jet Black
3x1 RHT 12oz
98% cotton, 2% stretch

Inseam: 33"
Pre-shrunk

100% Made in Los Angeles

**This product ships March 1st**

Size Chart


FABRIC & DETAILS

LOT # 061917

We found this fabric in downtown Los Angeles and love the weight of it. Made by Denim  North America, Georgia, this is a 100% USA jean. The 12oz is wearable all year round.

Garment Details: Triple needle construction, chain stitching, 6 belt loops, button fly and heavy weight pocket bags.

Conservation: By purchasing this product you are saving approximately 1850 gallons of water it takes to produce enough cotton to make a single jean. This huge amount of water is for the growing, harvesting, transporting, dyeing and finishing of the textile. You are also helping conserve enormous amounts of machine and human energy along with thousands of miles of transportation.

DENIM NORTH AMERICA, USA

Denim North America is a privately held denim company based in Columbus, Georgia. The $87 million facility was built by Marubeni Corp in 1998 and was taken private in 2002. As the most modern textile plant in North America, Denim North America focuses on product innovation, flexibility and quality.

Sadly, at the end of December 2017, the DNA Textile Group announced it is closing down its Denim North America division. A release from the company gave “sagging demand” and “low selling prices” as reasons for exiting the denim business by the end of January.

DNA boasted an array of sustainable denim offerings and has a commitment to develop products utilizing recycled and sustainable materials. DNA was committed to responsible manufacturing practices that lessen its impact on the environment in the following ways:

The mill had been operating on natural gas from inception, resulting in avoided emissions equivalent to removing 1,250 passenger vehicles  rom the road.

By recycling 500,000 lbs per year of cardboard and plastic waste, they were reducing landfill waste and space equivalent to the area of 3 football fields per year.

In 2008, DNA implemented a proprietary process in which 50% of chemicals are recovered for reuse and 90% of water used is recycled into a continuous loop.

Double
Eleven
Slim
Black
Jean

FABRIC & DETAILS

LOT # 061917

We found this fabric in downtown Los Angeles and love the weight of it. Made by Denim  North America, Georgia, this is a 100% USA jean. The 12oz is wearable all year round.

Garment Details: Triple needle construction, chain stitching, 6 belt loops, button fly and heavy weight pocket bags.

Conservation: By purchasing this product you are saving approximately 1850 gallons of water it takes to produce enough cotton to make a single jean. This huge amount of water is for the growing, harvesting, transporting, dyeing and finishing of the textile. You are also helping conserve enormous amounts of machine and human energy along with thousands of miles of transportation.

DENIM NORTH AMERICA, USA

Denim North America is a privately held denim company based in Columbus, Georgia. The $87 million facility was built by Marubeni Corp in 1998 and was taken private in 2002. As the most modern textile plant in North America, Denim North America focuses on product innovation, flexibility and quality.

Sadly, at the end of December 2017, the DNA Textile Group announced it is closing down its Denim North America division. A release from the company gave “sagging demand” and “low selling prices” as reasons for exiting the denim business by the end of January.

DNA boasted an array of sustainable denim offerings and has a commitment to develop products utilizing recycled and sustainable materials. DNA was committed to responsible manufacturing practices that lessen its impact on the environment in the following ways:

The mill had been operating on natural gas from inception, resulting in avoided emissions equivalent to removing 1,250 passenger vehicles  rom the road.

By recycling 500,000 lbs per year of cardboard and plastic waste, they were reducing landfill waste and space equivalent to the area of 3 football fields per year.

In 2008, DNA implemented a proprietary process in which 50% of chemicals are recovered for reuse and 90% of water used is recycled into a continuous loop.