Randy’s 7-Pocket Jean boasts several features such as two multi-tool pockets at the left and right leg, classic rear yolk with patch pockets, wide front pockets are accompanied by deep pocket bags, reinforced double face waistband with nickel closure, & finished with a combination of flat felled and pressed plain seams.

As always, fabric comes first. This time around it’s dust red 13.75 oz selvedge denim milled and exported by Niphon Mepu, a premier Japanese mill. With the bolt being only 32″ wide, it requires over 3 yards to create just one pair of jeans. After production the garments are washed, hang dried, tumbled, & finally hand pressed profusely. This process results in a unique broken in hand while also bringing out the fabrics true color & retaining a robust quality. I choose not to cut the redline self edge. Instead, each pair is wrapped & bow-tied in their “precious” selvedge. Reminding you why you pay the big bucks, which should only be for you to know. 

-Dust Red 13.75 oz Selvedge Denim milled & exported by Niphon Mepu
-Garment has been washed, hung dry, & tumbled
-Contrasting white T-60 thread
-Large easy access front pockets
-2 Multi tool pockets at side
-Rear yolk w/ patch pockets
-Reinforced waistband w/ nickel closure
-#4.5 YKK Nickel zipper
-Flat felled inseams w/ pressed plain outseams
-Bar-tacks at all stress points
-Cut & sewn in New York City

-Sami is 6’2 wearing size 36

Waist – Measured straight across waistband
Rise – Measured from top of waistband to crotch seam
Inseam – Measured from crotch to hem
Leg Opening – Measured straight across hem