Ginew Grow Wing Jean from White Oak Fabric
The Crow Wing Jean by Ginew is a classic American five pocket jeans with a regular rise and straight leg fit. The Crow Wing jeans is made of Cone Denim White Oak selvedge denim. Unfortunately the White Oak plant is closing by the end of this year, read more about this here.
When you wear the Crown Wing jeans, you wear an American classic. Ginew designed this jeans to be versatile and functional. The jeans is named after the Crow Wing River, which is the heart of the former Gull Lake Indian Reservation.
The Ginew Crown Wing jeans is 100% sourced and constructed in the USA with Cone White Oak 13.75 oz selvedge denim which is woven in 2017. The jeans has custom made Ginew hardware, and a hunted deer leather patch. Each Fall Ginew hunt deer in the Great Lakes Region of USA, as their families have done since time immemorial, and include the deer skin patch to honor our traditional clothing. The rivets on the jeans feature the Ginew leaf and burrs are decorated with Ginew crest symbol. The interior pockets are decorated with Oneida skydome and Ojibwe lodges symbols, both designs are traditional to their tribes.
Ginew (Gih-noo) is an American-owned, premium Native style and workwear denim collection. The Ginew brand is started by couple Erik and Amanda Bodt, both from Wisconsin and live in Portland, Oregon. With their Ginew brand they make hand-built heirloom goods in the USA using old methods with a focus on American-made materials. Each item in the Ginew collection has a referation to their Native American and craftsmen heritage. Their family story is a contemporary narrative of Native American blacksmiths, farmers, machinists, sawyers, and welders. Each item they make with Ginew draws direct inspiration from their relatives.
Erik & Amanda Brodt – Ginew Clothing