With this six-pocket design, Oni has entered in the practical workwear world. Mr Oishi has added flap pockets creating the ultimate functional bush pant. These rugged-looking pants look great on the jungle's front line but also on the street, thanks to the semi-tight straight cut. The two flap pockets on the back are classic, and the two echoed on the front are placed there instead of the side so as to not get caught on any rogue branches. The best-dressed dudes across the globe are finding style in everyday utilitarian staples. For any guy not sure where to start, allow us to suggest this stylish and functional classic.
One of the most important types of denim in recent years has been Oni’s Secret Denim. First launched in 2012, the Secret Denim has been one of the most desirable denim fabrics by Denim Heads around the world due to its unique texture and incredible softness and comfort. Only Oishi-San can produce this denim, and no one else can reproduce it. He uses extra-thick yarns of three different kinds of cotton woven at ultra-low tension on a vintage shuttle loom. The result is a beefier, extremely knotty unsanforized 20oz fabric with a fantastic slub, roughness and hairy texture.
The warp yarn is indigo rope-dyed. The weft yarn is beige dyed cotton. The fading potential is incredible and will showcase a variety of shades ranging over different tones of blue.
The jeans are made with all the superior-quality ONI details such as copper buttons, high-quality pocket bags, heavy-duty bar tacks and a custom veg-tanned deerskin leather patch. Apart from the flap pockets mentioned above.
The slim straight fit is more streamlined and better suited for keeping a low profile.
*Please, keep in mind that, due to low tension, "Secret Denim" fabric will stretch quite a bit, so if your jeans are a tight fit at the start, don't worry because after just a few uses you will have gained the perfect fit.
The legend of ONI is alive to this day. In recent years Oishi-San has devoted himself to experimenting with widely varying grammages, rough textures, different indigo dyeing techniques and novelty cuts while always maintaining a very limited production and wielding his experience in denim which now goes back more than 60 years.
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