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At 9.5oz, this chino is a great weight for warmer climates. The fabric uses a slub yarn for both the warp and weft that is sewn on looms that can only produce 50m of fabric a day. The fabric is then dyed using a special machine called a "Jikka." Jikka dyeing machines were produced before the 1950's and are very difficult to use because it is a very slow and methodical process, causing much less damage to the fabric compared to modern dyeing machines. The result is a fabric that will achieve a very natural aged look after significant wear.
Note: this item is FINAL SALE. No returns or exchanges accepted.
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Japan Blue Jeans is a sub-division of the Japan Blue Group, which was born in Japan’s denim mecca, Kojima. Japan Blue Group consists of four distinct divisions: the denim/fabric house, Collect Co., the dye house, Rampuya, and lastly, the Momotaro and Japan Blue brands. As part of the Japan Blue Group, Japan Blue Jeans has full control over the process behind their products, from conception, to fabric, to dying, to manufacturing, giving the brand an unparalleled amount of creative freedom. The brand has gained notoriety for their collaboration pieces that often push the boundaries of what raw denim is today.
This item is FINAL SALE. No returns or exchanges accepted.
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