Denim Size Chart
|SIZE||WAIST||FRONT RISE||BACK RISE||THIGH||KNEE||LEG OPENING||INSEAM|
These jeans are sewn using a single needle stitch construction. They have hand felled seams, cotton twill tape bound edges, and leather reinforced rivets and buttons. We do not cut any corners making these and find that this method of construction produces a unique feel and quality. This denim has a lot of character to it and ages beautifully. It was woven by Cone Mills in 2012 and is some of the last denim made at their Greensboro, NC factory. These jeans are a classic, straight leg fit. They are made to order, please allow 2-3 weeks for production.
Handmade in our Michigan shop.
-13oz USA Cone Mills Raw Denim
-1960's Deadstock Camo Duck Canvas
-USA 100% Cotton Natural Twill Tape
-USA Wickett & Craig Veg. Tanned Leather
Unless noted otherwise, we use sanforized (pre-shrunk) denim for our garments. This ensures minimal shrinkage and a fit that is true to our sizing chart, even after washing and drying. Many companies have nuanced opinions about what care methods promote the best aging for denim. We advocate for the first wash to be after several months of regular wear – sooner if dirt accumulates or odors develop.
Although a machine wash is suitable for denim, we recommend hand washing most of our goods. To wash denim garments by hand, submerge the garment for 1-2 hours in cold water that has been mixed with a mild detergent. Periodically agitate the garment to ensure that it’s properly saturated. Rinse with cold water and do not wring. While wet, thoroughly stretch the garment at the seams to work against any unwanted shrinkage that may result. Avoid machine drying. Instead, hang until dry.
Denim’s cotton yarns will eventually break down with heavy or consistent wear. We encourage sending your garment to us for repair before large holes or blowouts form.