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Duties & Taxes

Do I have to pay duties & taxes on my order?

Our parcels are sent from our Hong Kong warehouse. Any customs or import duties are charged once the parcel reaches its destination country. You may be charged for handling fees and taxes as your order passes through customs. These charges must be paid by the recipient of the parcel.

Unfortunately, we have no control over these charges, and cannot tell you what the cost would be, as customs policies and import duties vary widely from country to country.

It might be a good idea to contact your local customs office for current charges before you order, so you are not surprised by charges you were not expecting. Grana is not responsible for any customs and import duty charges.

For more details, visit our shipping page.

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Japanese Chambray

  • Hiroshima

    Chambray is often mistaken for denim, and it’s easy to see why. Both were invented in France, and both are indigo-dyed. With this in mind and considering our denim mill’s expertise, it made perfect sense that we’d stumble upon incredible chambray in Japan.

  • Same But Different

    Chambray and denim do have similarities, but they are very much different fabrics. Denim’s weave is twill, making it a rougher fabric. However chambray is a plain weave, giving it a smoother feel.

  • Rugged But Light

    Having the tightly twisted yarn and indigo dye of denim coupled with a plain weave means you get the best of both worlds: a cloth that is durable like denim, yet much more breathable.

  • Look Closer

    From far away, chambray will look light indigo blue. However, once you look closer you will see that the weave of blue and white thread creates a subtle two-tone criss-cross pattern.

Our Journey

The Making Of

Turning the best Japanese chambray into the best shirts in the world.

  • Spinning

    The same highly twisted yarns that you find in denim make our chambray a stronger, denser finished fabric.

  • Weaving

    A classic plain weave- one over, one under- means a fine, even texture and strong yet lightweight fabric.

  • Cutting & Sewing

    All of our patterns need to be carefully adjusted to allow for the shrinkage that will happen in the wash after the shirt is sewn.

  • Washing

    We use the same wash experts for our chambray as we do for our denim, and the result is just as special.

Ready to rock it?

Shop our Japanese Chambray collection now.