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Jone Trouser Japan Stone
950,00 kr
Made from a soft and comfortable wideloom fabric with a unique double weave, featuring a twill weave on the front and a plain weave on the back.
+ Description
Made in Portugal

The Jone Trouser. Made from a super soft and comfortable 9,8 Oz wideloom fabric woven at the renowned Japanese mill, Kuroki. This particular fabric features a unique double weave construction where the face of the fabric is a 3x1 twill weave and the backside of the fabric is a 1x1 plain weave. A wardrobe staple perfect for all seasons regardless of seasonal and short-term trends.

Made in a slightly adjusted, Jone Slim.

Details & Features
- Garment dye
- 9,8 Oz wideloom cloth woven by Kuroki, Japan
- Double weave construction
- 98% cotton / 2% polyurethane
- 5 Oz ecru canvas pocketing
- Welted rear and back pockets
- YKK zip fly with metal silver zipper
- YKK metal silver two-prongtack donut button
- Stitched with poly core cotton thread
- Made at Lisama, Portugal
+ Fitguide

Our low-rise slim fit. The Jone is open at the waistband, curved across the seat, open in the thigh and tapered to skinny from the bottom of the thigh to leg ending in a 17 cm leg opening in a 31” waist. Jone fits low on the hip, has a lowered back yoke and a slightly lowered back-pocket placement.

Measuring guide

Size

Waist

Rise

Backrise

Thigh

Knee

Leg

27

37,7

19,9

31,4

28

18.5

15

28

38,9

20,3

31,8

28,75

19

15.5

29

40,1

20,7

32,2

29,5

19.5

16

30

41,3

21,1

32,6

30,25

20

16.5

31

42,5

21,5

33

31

20

17

32

43,7

21,9

33,4

31,75

20.5

17

33

44,9

22,3

33,8

32,5

21

17.5

34

46,1

22,7

34,2

33,25

21.5

18

36

48,5

23,1

34,6

34,75

22

18.5

38

50,9

23,5

35

36,25

22.5

19

 

+ Care

To ensure that your jeans will last and stay as nice as possible, we recommend following these simple steps when washing:

- Always turn your jeans inside-out before washing
- Wash your jeans cold, 30C, and never use fabric softener
- Don't let your jeans rest in the washing machine after the program has ended
- Hang dry

It's a common myth that you should never wash your jeans. An accumulation of dust and grime from very long wear will actually wear on the cotton fibres, causing holes to appear quicker. But it is true that the average person washes their jeans way to often. How often you should wash your jeans depends greatly on how and where you wear them. Wash your jeans when needed, but if they seem fine, it can probably wait a while longer.

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