The coveted "Aizome" Selvedge Jeans by the Slub Masters makes its return to OD after a lengthy hiatus. Absolutely worth the wait - seeing each run of these makes us truly appreciate the level of tedious craftsmanship that goes into a single pair. From the get-go - with the creation of the Natural Indigo dye right up until the final sewing of the jeans, the production is bar-none the most specialized specialized in the Japanese Denim industry. The resulting fabric celebrates variegated hues of Indigo, kicked into overdrive thanks to the streaky and slubby Denim. One notable trait of Natural Indigo dyed denim is the extremely slow fading process which results in a much more balanced aesthetic of color over time. If you want to enjoy one heck of a journey from a single pair of jeans, look no further.
Hank dyeing is a tedious process of hand dyeing the individual cotton threads in a rope-like fashion. The entire process is conducted and regulated by the Tokushima Indigo Artisans who have been recognized as intangible cultural treasures of Japan. Natural Indigo dyeing practices date back nearly 800 years with each generation of shokunin (Japanese for Artisan) honing their craft over decades of training. Continue below to follow the process of creating this coveted fabric.
The true classic of PBJ's silhouette lineup, the Regular Straight combines a roomy and straight leg with a lengthy inseam so you can show off that Supacuff™ with attitude.