Japanese Denim

Japan takes its denim making very seriously and their approach is of a more artisan approach, looking at the finer details when it comes to cotton selection, dying and making. More starch is used in their making, leaving the jeans more rigid when new, meaning it might take longer to break in and achieve a softer feel.
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      Japan takes its denim making very seriously and their approach is of a more artisan approach, looking at the finer details when it comes to cotton selection, dying and making. More starch is used in their making, leaving the jeans more rigid when new, meaning it might take longer to break in and achieve a softer feel.

      6 products

      6 products