45 Hours To Produce One Pair
Bzen produced a magnificent pair of five-pocket jeans that is made by hand. It’s is a stitch for stitch jeans, which means that it is produced entirely by hand, so it takes minimal 45 hours to produce one pair. Another level of bespoke selvedge jeans.
Stitch For Stitch
The Bzen jeans is made with no mechanical or foot pedal or electrical sewing machines, just one needle, thread, and patience. Every stitch on this pair is done by hand, even the overlock, buttonholes, bartacks, waistband, back pockets, and the hems. Also, the back pocket stitching and the stitching on the coin pocket is stitched by hand.
Details Of The Jeans
The fit of the jeans is straight cut with a mid-rise, just below the waist. The 100% cotton fabric of the jeans is a deadstock 12.75oz 3 by 1 right-hand selvedge fabric from the Japanese Kaihara mills. The selvedge ID is white.
For the fly they used branded buttons, and also the rivets are branded. On the inner pocket, they used a stitch for stitch graphic design. The leather patch is fastened with rivets and features three Indians, and is branded as Bzen Heritage as this special jeans is part of this collection.
Customize Your Jeans
With this outstanding pair, Bzen offers the service to custom your inseam, and you can even add your name or initials on the waistband. It takes around one month of production time as it’s a very time-consuming process.
Bzen made a making-off from the entire process which can be seen in this 2 minutes video.
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