PBJ's Latest! | New Cotton/Nylon bi-blended "Chenille Denim"

December 14, 2018

Chenille is the French word for caterpillar, an ode to the hand of the fabric resembling the fur coat of a caterpillar. The fabric was first developed in the early 19th century, and was primarily used in the production of shawls.
The denim is a bi-blend of 99% cotton & 1% Nylon, and factory washed to yield a very wearable pair of  jeans straight out of the bag.
The inner face of the fabric is where the "Chenille" comes into play, providing a super soft and warm feel upon wear.
Never shy to reinvent, this is a far cry from PBJ's standard Selvedge offerings. This is a non-Selvedge denim that focuses more on comfort, fit & feel than anything else.
PBJ's standard hardware, raised & tucked beltloops & signature Indigofera leaf logo all lend a hand in giving this entirely new proprietary denim that quintessential PBJ aesthetic.
This pair will be available on 12/15 at Midnight (JST).

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