Slim Straight Jean / Faded Grey

$168.00

Lot # 012518

Limited edition - 100 pairs made
Denim by Kurabo, Japan

Faded Grey
3x1 RHT 11oz
98% cotton, 2% stretch

Inseam: 33"
Pre-shrunk

100% Made in Los Angeles

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FABRIC & DETAILS

LOT # 012518

We found this Japanese denim here in Los Angeles and love the cast of Grey it has. We washed, faded and slightly distressed it using ozone, hand sanding and stone washing (no nasty chemicals used). It now has a very soft hand with a nice amount of stretch to it. A very comfortable denim, that will soften even more and wear very well over time. 

Garment Details: 3/16" Kabayo stitching, chain stitching, 6 belt loops, button fly, 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.

KURABO, JAPAN

Founded in 1888, Kurabo is one of the few remaining cotton spinning companies in Japan today. They have been developing and producing denim products for over 40 years using our proprietary technologies in spinning, dying, weaving, and finishing.

Kurabo has built quality into production systems by carefully managing quality control across supply chains from material procurement to production. Whether in Japan or anywhere else around the world, Japanese engineers effectively share technology and control quality under the “Kurabo Standard”, so that every product represents “Made by Kurabo.”

After years of troubleshooting and development, Kurabo came up with what they call their “MR” slub yarn, which recreates the non-geometric slub shape and thickness of natural vintage. It is very difficult to produce this naturally uneven yarn since spinning equipment today specializes in producing even yarn. But, with years of passionate research and the application of our advanced spinning technology, Kurabo has successfully reproduced the vintage-like appearance of the original slub yarns.

FABRIC & DETAILS

LOT # 012518

We found this Japanese denim here in Los Angeles and love the cast of Grey it has. We washed, faded and slightly distressed it using ozone, hand sanding and stone washing (no nasty chemicals used). It now has a very soft hand with a nice amount of stretch to it. A very comfortable denim, that will soften even more and wear very well over time. 

Garment Details: 3/16" Kabayo stitching, chain stitching, 6 belt loops, button fly, 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.

KURABO, JAPAN

Founded in 1888, Kurabo is one of the few remaining cotton spinning companies in Japan today. They have been developing and producing denim products for over 40 years using our proprietary technologies in spinning, dying, weaving, and finishing.

Kurabo has built quality into production systems by carefully managing quality control across supply chains from material procurement to production. Whether in Japan or anywhere else around the world, Japanese engineers effectively share technology and control quality under the “Kurabo Standard”, so that every product represents “Made by Kurabo.”

After years of troubleshooting and development, Kurabo came up with what they call their “MR” slub yarn, which recreates the non-geometric slub shape and thickness of natural vintage. It is very difficult to produce this naturally uneven yarn since spinning equipment today specializes in producing even yarn. But, with years of passionate research and the application of our advanced spinning technology, Kurabo has successfully reproduced the vintage-like appearance of the original slub yarns.