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Margo Japan White
1999,00 kr
Introducing Margo, our relaxed tapered fit. From the waist through the thigh, but tapered from the knee. Identical to our popular Keri.
+ Description
Made in Portugal

Introducing Margo, our relaxed tapered fit. Identical to our popular Keri from the waist through the thigh, but tapered from the knee.

Margo Japan White is made in a crisp
white denim from the artisanal Japanese mill Kowa, with a great texture and handfeel. 11 Oz in weight, making it perfect for all-year use, even during the heat of summer.

Details & Features
- Crisp white denim
- 11 Oz wideloom denim from Kowa, Japan
- 100% Sanforized cotton
- 8 Oz ecru canvas pocketing
- White leather patch w/ wax treatment, Made in Italy.
- YKK two-prongtack, silver button fly
- YKK solid copper washed-burr rivets
- Stitched with poly core cotton thread
- Made at Lisama, Portugal

Model is 178 cm and wears a size 26/34.
+ Fitguide

Margo is constructed with a slightly open waistband, curved in the back and comfortable through hip and seat with a slightly dropped crotch. Tapered from the knee to the leg opening, giving a relaxed tapered fit.

Measuring guide 

Size

Waist

Rise

Backrise

Thigh

Knee

Leg opening

23

32,4

25,8

35,8

30,75

24,5

19,5

24

33,6

26,2

36,2

31,5

25

20

25

34,8

26,6

36,6

32,25

25,5

20,5

26

36

27

37

33

26

21

27

37,2

27,4

37,4

33,75

26,5

21,5

28

38,4

27,8

37,8

34,5

27

22

29

39,6

28,2

38,2

35,25

27,5

22,5

30

40,8

28,6

38,6

36

28

23

31

42

29

39

36,75

28,5

23,5

32

43,2

29,4

39,4

37,5

29

24

33

44,4

29,8

39,8

38,25

29,5

24,5

34

45,6

30,2

40,2

39

30

25

+ 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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