Heavy 21oz Selvedge Jeans
Pike Brothers released another heavy-weight champ for the tough denim wearers. It’s a heavy 21oz pair of selvedge jeans made with their popular 1947 Roamer Pants fit. A comfort fit that goes well for almost all different body types.
Based On A Late ’40s Style
The 1947 Roamer Pants is based on the classic pairs of jeans from the late ’40s. It’s a classic five-pocket jeans style that became the standard after World War 2. It has a high front and back rise as well as comfortable thighs. The tapered leg on this jeans fit goes well with heavy boots or sneakers. The perfect jeans style for every day.
The Selvedge Fabric
The 21oz redline unwashed selvedge fabric is woven in Japan on authentic shuttle looms. As normal with unwashed jeans, you have to ‘break the jeans in’ yourself, and especially this one as it’s made of a heavy-weight 100% cotton fabric. Over time, the jeans will get a beautiful crisp blue color with time and wear. It will mold to your body, so it will end up as your favorite, and comfortable, pair in the end.
Special Details Of The Jeans
The jeans is stitched with Tobacco colored thread for an authentic look. On one of the front belt loops, there’s the iconic Pike Brothers D-ring, which you can use for your wallet chain, or keyring. On the waistband, they added a woven label that shows that the jeans is made with Japanese fabric.
The leather patch is made of natural leather, which will age nicely with the jeans itself. It’s numbered with a lot number, and the jeans number itself is stamped on it too. They produced the jeans in Portugal.