NOK 1.699,00 kr
How it's made
Love & Care
Made in Portugal
Made from a 12,5 Oz Dry Black Selvage denim from the Japanese fabric mill, Kurabo. This particular denim features a 3x1 twill weave with both warp and weft dyed in a black sulphur. The yarns are dyed using a method called rope dye whereas the yarns are dipped in such short intervalls that prevents the black colour from fully penetrating the white core of the cotton yarns. With friction and wear as the black colour tears off the surface of the fabric, the un-dyed core of the yarn will appear, slowly leaving a beautiful white contrast fading to the surface, instead of become a dull grey. This garment also has a 1% added polyester for increased comfort. A definite essential for any denim enthusiast.
The garment features:– 12,5 Oz rope dye selvage denim from Kurabo, Japan.– Sanforized 99%Co/1%Pu.– Weft and Warp dyed in black– Waxed leather back patch– Coin and rear pockets reinforced with 8oz heavy canvas– YKK two-prongtack, copper button fly– YKK solid copper washer-burr rivets– Stitched with high quality poly core cotton thread
Model is 184 cm, weight 73 kg and wears a size 31/32
Go to our fitguide to read more about the Jone Slim.
Available sizes are 28-36 in 32″ inseam and 31-36 in 34″ inseam.
This particular product is from our seasonal collection line. A wide collection of uncompromising garments of high quality. Available in a variety of retailers who shares the same passion for denim and other well made products.
We take a lot of pride in having our products made in Portugal and in Europe. This enables us to frequently visit our factories to ensure continuity in quality, as well as ensuring a good working environment for the people who are involved in creating all of our products.
Caring for denim properly is an important step in creating your denim wear project or just to prolong the life of your jeans. Your favourite 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. Soak your jeansGiving you brand new pair of dry denim a soak at an early stage includes many advantages in prolonging the life of your jeans. After your pair has been used for a week or so, turn it inside out and give it a soak in low temperature water for maximum two hours. Let the jeans hang dry.Machine washWhen 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 3-5% depending on how many degrees.Dry – or wet bleedThis particular jeans is un-washed and un-treated and will dry – or wet bleed. Be careful with rubbing against furniture or other clothing articles.Repair your jeansAfter 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 your 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 Policy for more information.