For the seasoned denimhead, indigo and black combinations are often seen as an attractive proposition. Not only do they give the denim a more consistently dark hue but these dark wefts help to produce higher contrast fades.
We are very impressed with this new Samurai fabric. Arakage (影) translates into a rough shadow. If you are looking for sharp fades, these jeans are a great option to have in mind. They allow maximum contrast and fast fades while remaining incredibly wearable softness day-to-day, maintaining all the slub and texture that Samurai is renowned for.
These jeans are full of details, such as the iron made rising sun buttons (black covered), double throwing star pocket lining, copper rivets and cowhide leather patch.
The cut is a relaxed tapered fit. The taper is aggressive so that it gives a slim-fitting silhouette while allowing for a lot of space at the thighs with a high rise.
Samurai jeans have become a legend in the Japanese denim scene. Created in Osaka by Toru Nogami in 1997, Samurai represents the perfection of Japanese tradition, with its iconography of Sengoku-era Samurais and the search for the best and nothing but the best through materials, artisan garment-making techniques and unique detailing.
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