BDDxTDN-006 indigo x indigo 14 oz. RHT
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In celebration of Tenue de Nimes 10-year anniversary & BENZAK’s 5-year anniversary the two Amsterdam-based denim brands have come together and created a limited edition collaboration pair of jeans. BENZAK and Tenue de Nimes have a long history of working together. This year will mark the 5-years that BENZAK and TdN have been working alongside each other from a wholesale and retail perspective. BENZAK have been stocked at TdN ever since their first collection.
The BDD-006 is a slim fitting silhouette with a modern mid-rise, snug thighs and a consistent slim straight shape down the leg. Due to this, the BDD-006 is a versatile modernised slim fit suitable for the majority of body types.
INDIGO x INDIGO denim weighs in at a resourceful 14 oz. and differs from the norm. Most jeans are woven with indigo warp yarns and white weft yarns. Our indigo x indigo denim has been woven with indigo dyed warp and weft yarns. This creates a distinctive deep blue colour that is somewhat unique and has incredibly high fading potential.
As mentioned, the fabric weighs in at 14 oz. this is considered to be a perfect mid-weight denim for all year-round wear. After a few weeks of wear, the primary fading areas will first fade into a brighter blue hue before the white core of the yarns are reached.
Instead of the usual brass and copper coloured threads, we purposely opted for a 3-tone blue pallet. The coin pocket features the distinctive TdN logo, just like the one they use in their own collection. The natural leather patch is vegetable tanned and debossed with the Japanese name for the city of Kojima; the 3 X’s stand for the city of Amsterdam.
- slim fit / slim straight legs
- 14 oz. Japanese selvedge denim from Collect Mills (JP)
- US cotton blend
- 100% cotton, right hand twill
- heavy chambray pocketing
- hidden 6th pocket
- hidden rivets
- 'Kojima vs. Amsterdam' debossed leather patch
- made in Japan
- limited to 60 pieces
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