- 15 oz. 'Kasuri' Slubby Unsanforized Selvedge denim
- Irregular Indigo yarns
- 100% Cotton
- One wash
- Type 1 Silhouette
Obi (Kimono belt) Selvedge ID
- Black coated buttons
Cinch back feature
- Original "Kasuri" Leather patch
Kasuri (or 絣) is the Japanese term for a fabric that has a color range of dyed fibers to create patterns and images within a textile. It is similar to Ikat dyeing, a form of resistance dyeing. Ikat is the predecessor to Kasuri techniques and was first develop during the reign of the Ryukyu Kingdom (modern day Okinawa), around 1200AD. Traditional Japanese fabrics have been produced with this techniques for centuries by highly skilled artisans and is a renowned and revered material for the Japanese.
*Model is pictured wearing a size 38. He weighs 59kg (130 pounds) and is 178cm (5’11”) tall.