The handmade process of creating each pair of Stevenson jeans are symbolized through the features like the curved belt loops, back pockets and coin pockets, which are all crafted using the same single stitch flat felled seam method originally applied to denim production during the 1920s. The slubby fabric with subtle green cast undertone is exclusively produced for Stevenson Overalls in vintage shuttle looms using Zimbabwe cotton.
-100% cotton 14 oz. Japanese Selvedge denim exclusive to Stevenson
-Unsanforized (shrink-to fit)
-Single needle construction
-Poly cotton stitching which fades with the denim
-Buttons backed with leather
-Hand-sewn belt loops
-Crafted in Japan
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL OUTLET ITEMS ARE FINAL AND NON-RETURNABLE
Model wears size 29w. He is 185cm tall and weighs 78kg / 6ft 1" & 172 Lbs.
NB. These jeans will shrink 1" on the waist but stretch back with wear. They will shrink 2.5" in length.
The best way to determine the size you need is to measure a pair of jeans that fit you well and compare with our size chart. This jean is unsanforized and after an initial soak will shrink 1" in the waist and 2.5" in length. It will stretch back out by 1" with wear.
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FREE European delivery on orders over €200.
Standard delivery is €30 for European orders under €200
If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you can return it to us within 21 days for an exchange or refund.
For more information, please see our Returns & Exchanges page.
Stage 1: Chest
- Measure from pit to pit and double the reading.
Stage 2: Shoulder
>Measure across the top from one shoulder seam to the other.
Stage 3: Waist
We measure the narrowest part of the garment outer seam to outer seam between the pit and the opening. If, however, the shirt has gussets, the waist will correspond to the the opening measurement.
Stage 4: Opening
Here we take a cross measurement from seam to seam at the bottom of the shirt.
Stage 5: Length
Measure from the top of the shoulder by the collar to the bottom of the garment.
Stage 6: Sleeve
Measure from the top of shoulder seam to the cuff’s edge.