Evie Japan Indigo Rinse
Made in Portugal
Introducing Evie, our open-waist slim fit. Evie features slim legs and a generous, open waist, designed to fit a rounder bodytype with a larger waist. Made in a dual corespun Japanese stretch denim, with 8% stretch but still a good solid handfeel and made with long fibered cotton. Evie delivers a comfortable stretch with great recovery and a high quality feel.
The Japan Indigo Rinse. Made from a solid mid-weight wideloom denim woven at the renowned Japanese fabric mill, Kuroki. This particular denim has been woven with dual core-spun yarns which greatly improves the stretch, recovery, comfort and flexibility properties in the denim. In short terms a fabric that molds to the body, keeps it shape and is made to last longer both in regards to esthetics and simple durability.
Given just a simple rinse to give the denim a softer handfeel, the Japan Indigo Rinse will evolve beautifully over time, due to the rope-dye technique used in the indigo dying process.
Details & Features
- 13 Oz comfort wideloom denim from Kuroki, Japan.
- 92% cotton / 4% polyurethane / 4% polyethylene
- Woven with dual core-spun yarns
- Warp rope dyed in indigo, natural coloured weft
- 8 Oz / 5 Oz ecru canvas pocketing
- Tanned leather patch w/ wax treatment, Made in Italy
- YKK two-prongtack, silver button and zip fly
- YKK solid copper washed-burr rivets
- Stitched with poly core cotton thread
- Made at Lisama, Portugal
Available sizes are 28-40 in a 32” inseam.
How it's made
This particular product is part of our core denim collection line. Hosting a wide selection of uncompromising jeans and trousers relevant for all seasons. Long lasting is and has always been our key focus since we first started. Our core line is a testament to that.
We believe that the selection of raw materials is directly linked to the quality of the end product. Fabric weaving makes no exceptions. This collection line is made solely from Japanese denim sourced and woven at a few selected Japanese mills such as Kuroki, Kurabo and Nihon Menpu.
All garments from our core denim line is made in Portugal, in which we take great pride in. This enables us to frequently visit our factories to ensure continuity in quality, as well as ensuring a good working environment for all parties involved in creating our garments.
Read and learn more about how and where we produce our garments through our commitment to Transparency.
Love & Care
Caring for denim properly is an important step in creating your denim wear project or simply just to prolong the life of your jeans. Your favorite pair of jeans is probably your oldest pair, and unfortunately it won’t last forever. Take care of your jeans, and treat it with love & care, and it will last longer.
Read our Love & Care guide for a complete run-through.
When it is time to wash your jeans. Turn it inside out and machine wash at 30 degrees celsius for minimal shrinkage. Wash with similar colours without any fabric softener. Do not tumble dry, and be sure to stretch inseams while damp to maintain preferred length. May shrink up to 3% depending on how many degrees.
Got stains on your garment? There are a few little hacks for making the most of a piece of clothing that’s damaged for good. Vinegar and baking soda are good to add to the washing machine to boost a load, or to use diluted with water as a pre-soak before putting the garment in the washer. For oil and make-up – dish soap is super effective for getting stains out of fabrics of every colour. If it is beyond fixable, stained tees and tank tops can always be used for layering underneath sweaters in the winter, stained jeans can be turned into cut-off shorts, and stained dresses can be layered with a scarf or a sweater.
Dry – or wet bleed
These particular jeans have been pre-washed and will not dry – or wet bleed.
Repair your jeans
After months of wear your jeans will look fantastic but with time it may have acquired wear & tears like crotch blow outs and butt rips. No worries! Contact a local tailor and get it repaired. Not only will you give more character and life to your jeans. – You’ll also support your local tailor. If you have none, we will gladly do the first repair on old livids free of charge. Please read our Repair Service & Repair Policy for more information.
Deposit your jeans
There could be a lot of life left in an old and worn out pair of jeans. Even though it can no longer be used for wear, it can be reused for other functions. As a produced, we have a responsibility to ensure a sustainable end-of-life for our products. When your jeans are no longer wearable or repairable, deposit your jeans for 150 NOK store credit at one of our flagship stores, and we will give it new life! Read more about our SAVED initiative.