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BDD-516 super slub 18 oz. RHT

AVAILABLE SIZES: 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 38 Regular price €288,43

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DETAILS

  • slim fit / slim tapered legs
  • high rise
  • 18 oz. Japanese selvedge denim
  • fabric woven by Collect Mills
  • 100% cotton
  • right hand twill
  • unwashed, sanforized (pre-shrunk)
  • hidden 6th pocket
  • chain stitched bottom hems
  • manual waistband attachment (chain stitch from end to end)
  • tucked beltloops
  • hidden rivets
  • felled inseams
  • bull’s horns back pocket stitch
  • ‘big 3’-inspired coin pocket
  • crotch bartack
  • vegetable tanned leather patch (origin: Italy)
  • cotton-poly core-spun heavy-duty stitching
  • 100% stainless steel buttons, with black coating
  • black coated alloy rivets
  • button fly
  • 8 oz. indigo dyed chambray pocket bags (100% cotton)
  • woven labels with 100% cotton base & polyester detailing
  • made in Japan

 

FIT

The BDD-516 is a slim fitting silhouette with a high rise, snug thighs and slim tapered legs. It can be considered our Japanese-made equivalent of the B-01 SLIM. It’s the ideal fit for anyone looking for a higher version of the BDD-006, or aiming for slimmer fitting option compared to the BDD-711.

 

FABRIC

With the SUPER SLUB we’ve expanded our fabric selection with another class. 18 oz. is our heaviest weight available within the ‘made in Japan’ line, but it’s also the slubbiest fabric we currently offer. Think of our heavy slub 16 oz. RHT fabric on steroids; but unlike its 16 oz. counterpart, the 18 oz. denim offers a surprisingly short break-in time, despite its weight. This is due to the low tension weave, which is also contributing to the irregular structure, especially visible on the inside. This denim is guaranteed to achieve spectacular fading. Woven by Collect Mills from Kojima, Japan.

 

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