Kai 15.5 Oz Japan Dry Selvage
Kai 15.5 Oz Japan Dry Selvage
Kai 15.5 Oz Japan Dry Selvage
Kai 15.5 Oz Japan Dry Selvage

Kai 15.5 Oz Japan Dry Selvage

2.500,00 kr

Description

Made in Portugal

The high-rise relaxed tapered Kai, made in a beautiful 15.5 Oz selvage denim!

Made in a denim perfectly balancing between midweight and heavyweight from Kuroki in Japan. Weighing in at 15.5 Oz, the Kai Dry Selvage starts off a bit stiff, but the cotton yarn used in this denim is actually super soft long-staple cotton. Through the initial break-in period, this denim will soften up and mold to your body, and age beautifully over time.

The 15.5 Oz Dry Selvage is made – as all our denim fabrics - with a dyeing technique called rope dye. When rope dyeing denim yarns the white core of the cotton yarn remains untouched during the dyeing process. With friction and wear as the layers and layers of indigo are worn off the surface of the fabric, the un-dyed core of the cotton yarn will eventually appear, slowly leaving beautiful contrast fading to the surface, uniquely patterned to you personally. The structure and thickness of this particular denim lends itself to perfect wear patterns as it ages. 

Kai 15.5 Oz Japan Dry Selvage is launched for FW23 together with the The Barnes 22.5 Oz Japan Heavy Selvage and Emerson 18 Oz Japan Dry Selvage. All heavier selvage qualities, complimenting our core line of 14 Oz selvage jeans. This series of heavier selvage jeans is finished off with a thick vegetable tanned full grain leather patch, with a natural finish. As the jeans age this leather patch will age nicely with it, building patina over time and gradually becoming darker.

Details & Features
- 15.5 Oz narrowloom selvage denim from Kuroki, Japan
- 100% Sanforized cotton,
- Warp rope-dyed in indigo, natural coloured weft
- 8 Oz ecru canvas pocketing
- Back pockets and coin pocket lined with canvas for increased durability
- Natural finish vegetable tanned full grain leather patch, made in Italy.
- YKK two-prongtack, silver button fly
- YKK silver coloured solid copper washed-burr rivets
- Stitched with poly core cotton thread
- Made at Lisama, Portugal

Go to our fit guide to read more about the Kai. 

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.  

Dry – or wet bleed
These particular jeans have not been pre-washed. Until the jeans have seen a proper wash or two, the indigo colour may transfer onto bags, furniture or other pieces of clothing. Indigo stains on clothing are easily removed in a normal wash, but beware of hard to wash items you are in regular touch with, as light sofas or light leather seats. 

Washing raw denim
Some people prefer raw denim because of its even and dark colour. Others, and many denim enthusiasts, choose raw denim for its potential to evolve a strong personal wear pattern, or fades, over time. How you should treat and wash your jeans depend on how you wish your jeans to evolve. We recommend the following:

Keep the colour even
All raw denim will fade and become lighter over time, but for a more even look we recommend to wash the jeans early. This will actually also prolong the life of the jeans. Wait till the jeans have stretched out and become comfortable, a week or two of daily wear. Then follow the instructions below for machine wash.

Build fades
Raw denim is a blank canvas, and the more you wear them, the bigger imprint you will leave on your jeans. The longer you wait with your first wash, the higher contrast you will achieve in your personal wear patterns.

One drawback of wearing dry denim jeans without washing over a very long period, is that they will wear out quicker than if they had been washed. If you wish to build fades and strong contrasting wear patterns, but also wish to extend the life of the jean, we recommend giving your jeans a cold soak after you've stretched them out by wearing them a week or two. A cold soak will soften up the jeans by removing starch left on the cotton from the weaving process, it will also make seams stronger by letting the needle holes relax. This will make the jeans more resistant to wearing out over time. Follow the instructions below for a soak.

Soak
Turn your jeans inside-out and submerge them completely in cold or lukewarm water for about an hour. This can be done in a bathtub, or in any other form of tub or even a bucket. Hang them up to drip dry, preferably over a tub, and beware that the drips will be indigo coloured.

Machine wash
When it is time to wash your jeans. Turn it inside out and machine wash at 30 degrees celsius for minimal shrinkage and wear. Wash with similar colours without any fabric softener, and be sure to take them out of the machine quickly after the programme has ended. 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.

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.

Fit guide

 

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Description

Made in Portugal

The high-rise relaxed tapered Kai, made in a beautiful 15.5 Oz selvage denim!

Made in a denim perfectly balancing between midweight and heavyweight from Kuroki in Japan. Weighing in at 15.5 Oz, the Kai Dry Selvage starts off a bit stiff, but the cotton yarn used in this denim is actually super soft long-staple cotton. Through the initial break-in period, this denim will soften up and mold to your body, and age beautifully over time.

The 15.5 Oz Dry Selvage is made – as all our denim fabrics - with a dyeing technique called rope dye. When rope dyeing denim yarns the white core of the cotton yarn remains untouched during the dyeing process. With friction and wear as the layers and layers of indigo are worn off the surface of the fabric, the un-dyed core of the cotton yarn will eventually appear, slowly leaving beautiful contrast fading to the surface, uniquely patterned to you personally. The structure and thickness of this particular denim lends itself to perfect wear patterns as it ages. 

Kai 15.5 Oz Japan Dry Selvage is launched for FW23 together with the The Barnes 22.5 Oz Japan Heavy Selvage and Emerson 18 Oz Japan Dry Selvage. All heavier selvage qualities, complimenting our core line of 14 Oz selvage jeans. This series of heavier selvage jeans is finished off with a thick vegetable tanned full grain leather patch, with a natural finish. As the jeans age this leather patch will age nicely with it, building patina over time and gradually becoming darker.

Details & Features
- 15.5 Oz narrowloom selvage denim from Kuroki, Japan
- 100% Sanforized cotton,
- Warp rope-dyed in indigo, natural coloured weft
- 8 Oz ecru canvas pocketing
- Back pockets and coin pocket lined with canvas for increased durability
- Natural finish vegetable tanned full grain leather patch, made in Italy.
- YKK two-prongtack, silver button fly
- YKK silver coloured solid copper washed-burr rivets
- Stitched with poly core cotton thread
- Made at Lisama, Portugal

Go to our fit guide to read more about the Kai. 

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.  

Dry – or wet bleed
These particular jeans have not been pre-washed. Until the jeans have seen a proper wash or two, the indigo colour may transfer onto bags, furniture or other pieces of clothing. Indigo stains on clothing are easily removed in a normal wash, but beware of hard to wash items you are in regular touch with, as light sofas or light leather seats. 

Washing raw denim
Some people prefer raw denim because of its even and dark colour. Others, and many denim enthusiasts, choose raw denim for its potential to evolve a strong personal wear pattern, or fades, over time. How you should treat and wash your jeans depend on how you wish your jeans to evolve. We recommend the following:

Keep the colour even
All raw denim will fade and become lighter over time, but for a more even look we recommend to wash the jeans early. This will actually also prolong the life of the jeans. Wait till the jeans have stretched out and become comfortable, a week or two of daily wear. Then follow the instructions below for machine wash.

Build fades
Raw denim is a blank canvas, and the more you wear them, the bigger imprint you will leave on your jeans. The longer you wait with your first wash, the higher contrast you will achieve in your personal wear patterns.

One drawback of wearing dry denim jeans without washing over a very long period, is that they will wear out quicker than if they had been washed. If you wish to build fades and strong contrasting wear patterns, but also wish to extend the life of the jean, we recommend giving your jeans a cold soak after you've stretched them out by wearing them a week or two. A cold soak will soften up the jeans by removing starch left on the cotton from the weaving process, it will also make seams stronger by letting the needle holes relax. This will make the jeans more resistant to wearing out over time. Follow the instructions below for a soak.

Soak
Turn your jeans inside-out and submerge them completely in cold or lukewarm water for about an hour. This can be done in a bathtub, or in any other form of tub or even a bucket. Hang them up to drip dry, preferably over a tub, and beware that the drips will be indigo coloured.

Machine wash
When it is time to wash your jeans. Turn it inside out and machine wash at 30 degrees celsius for minimal shrinkage and wear. Wash with similar colours without any fabric softener, and be sure to take them out of the machine quickly after the programme has ended. 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.

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.

Fit guide

 

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