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thanksgiving sale / 20% off everything

Japanese Denim Slim Jeans

US$59.00

 

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W28 x L30

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Free shipping when you spend over US$75
  • More color options available

    Get ready to retire your old ill-fitting jeans. A modern slim fit with contemporary washes make these jeans ready for everywhere and everything. Throw them on with a white tee and sneakers to hang with the guys. Put on a resin pair with white shirt, blazer and brogues, and you'll be keeping the girlfriend happy on date-night.

    • Indigo-dyed and made from ring-spun yarn to ensure a much softer, stronger denim
    • Machine wash cold with like colours, inside-out
    • Tumble dry low and warm iron as needed

Shipping & Returns

Estimated arrival: 1 - 2 working days to United States
Shipping Cost: US$8 or free when you spend over US$75
Returns: Please note, this product cannot be returned or exchanged.

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Japanese Denim

Denim was born in France and popularised in America, but it's in Japan where today's best denim is painstakingly perfected. The fabric was first made in the town of Nimes, and as word of it spread abroad, it quickly became known as denim in English. Ours is woven in a mill that has been making denim since 1893. It’s ring-spun and rope-dyed using traditional methods, and as a result they are more durable yet softer than usual jeans. This method creates special surface characteristics, such as an uneven slub, which means each unique pair will age beautifully.

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