Pure Blue Japan continue to demonstrate their absolute mastery and skill in indigo dyeing and production of unique and utterly rare denims. Regular indigo denim will rope dye the warp yarns first and leave the weft threads un-dyed. As the denim fades the un-dyed weft threads pop through the indigo. Here the weft is dyed first in Cobalt blue then rope dyed in indigo. With wear the cobalt begins to reveal itself through the indigo. Check out the last thumbnail images to see just how this will look.
-100% cotton 14 oz. selvedge denim
-Unsanforized/shrink to fit
-Chainstitched waistband and hem
-Herringbone twill pocket lining
-Deer skin leather patch
-Embroidered Shoai leaf emblem on back pocket
-100% Cotton sewing
-Crafted in Japan
NB: These jeans are made from unsanforized/shrink to fit denim. After an initial soak they will lose 1" in the waist , 2.5" in the inseam and 0.5" in the thigh and rises. The waist and thigh areas will stretch back out with wear.
Aaron is 187cm and 76kg. He is wearing a size 32w jeans.