In the realm of denim, the real excitement resides in its endless variations, whether it's color, weight, or weave. Among these distinct choices, the new Herringbone Denim stands as a unique offering, merging a historical weaving technique with the timeless appeal of denim.
The Herringbone Denim, is a 11.2oz Japanese denim, showcases a distinctive herringbone pattern, adding a dynamic element to your jeans. Dyed using traditional rope dyeing techniques, the denim takes on a rich, deep indigo color that gracefully fades over time, further amplifying the herringbone pattern and the personalized story of your jeans.
So, what is Herringbone (or Herringbone Twill), and why does it matter? The herringbone pattern originates from a weaving technique that yields a characteristic V-shape, reminiscent of a herring fish's skeleton. It has been extensively used in crafting military uniforms due to its durability and resilience to wear and tear. Despite its hard-wearing quality, the fabric is surprisingly soft, offering daily comfort while embracing a rugged aesthetic.
Every pair of our Herringbone Denim is meticulously cut, sewn, and assembled in our very own factory, the last remaining jeans factory in Canada, a testament to our dedication to fine craftsmanship. The design features a button fly, tonal thread, a dark brown leather patch, and sleek silver metallic hardware, which all contribute to the overall aesthetics of these jeans.
Embracing the Herringbone Denim signifies venturing beyond traditional denim weaves. It's more than just a garment; it's an immersive raw denim journey, revealing its rich history with every fade, and intertwining with your narrative with every wear. Experience this unique denim fusion with our Herringbone Denim, where historical craftsmanship meets modern innovation in the most stylish way.