This pair comes in a refined denim fabric from Yoshiwa Mills, Japan, that looks clean and sharp. The combination of the black warp and grey weft is a fascinating combination that achieves a unique style. It is a selvedge fabric woven on vintage looms; look forward to pleasantly rough, authentic texture while fading this black sulfur-dyed warp to grey perfection.
The construction on these jeans is one of the finest examples of American Made jeans you can find. It features double-needle outseam stitch construction, a two-piece waistband, back yolk over, premium Japanese herringbone pocket bags and some of the most beautiful custom buttons we have ever seen.
The iconic Rios cut is an excellent slim-but-not-tight, straight cut that is very slightly tapered. It features a roomy top block and thigh with a slight taper down the leg.
Freenote Cloth is the project of three brothers based in San Juan Capistrano, California, obsessed with producing garments made in the US with top-notch fabrics sourced from Japan and the highest level of craftsmanship. The brand encompasses its strong roots in Americana and quality garments long lost from the western American frontier.
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