These jeans are made with the utmost care in every process, including fabric, accessories, pattern, and sewing.
The decorative stitching on the back pocket is the same as the ball stitching of EIGHT'G, which was manufactured at Takahata Sewing in 1960. In the pack pocket decorative stitching, the ball mark stitch of EIGHT'G, which was manufactured at Takahata Sewing in 1960, is adopted.
A baseball is drawn in the center of the flasher to emphasize the intention of the ball stitch.
On the leather label, which is full of a sense of luxury, a map of Japan is drawn in the center of a rock, with the thought of purely domestic jeans. A map of Japan is drawn on the center of the rock.
Another hidden detail is the secret of the right back pocket.
As you wear them, the hidden "8" rivet will rise up and become 8G (Eight G) together with the "G" embroidered on the pith. This is a pair of jeans that you can look forward to seeing change over time.
The silhouette is slightly loose and can be worn loosely.
Features of sewing
The sewing thread comes in different thicknesses (30, 20, 8, and 6) and colors (banana yellow, golden brown, and orange).
The sewing threads are of different thicknesses (30, 20, 8, and 6) and come in banana yellow, golden brown, and orange.
Since the fabric is thicker than usual, we made a special wrapper (binder) for the wrapped seams such as the belt attachment and yoke.
Even so, it is inefficient. Even so, the 702 and 705 fabrics are so inefficient that even skilled craftsmen can only make about five of them a day, making them the ultimate piece of clothing.
The decorative stitching on the back pocket is usually done by an automatic machine. stitching, but the ball mark stitching of these jeans is However, the ball mark stitch of these jeans is a deformed type and 0th thick thread. However, the ball mark stitch of these jeans was made by hand However, the ball mark stitching of these jeans was not possible with automatic machines because of the deformed shape and thick 0 thread count.
Characteristics of the fabric
We use a hard and rough raw cotton for the cotton flowers. It is spun using a method (high twist) that produces a rough feeling. The fabric is spun using a method (high-twist) that produces a rough feeling, creating a mura 5 count that has never been seen before.
For dyeing, we used a dark color that can be expressed by 100% indigo. The result is an even darker color.
In order to make it easier to produce a sense of "bite," low tension is applied and In order to make it easier to create a sense of bite, we applied low tension and hammered it to the extreme. The result is a superb material.
Features of the product
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The body button is made of iron with a white copper plated cap.
The cap is plated with white copper, and the body button is made of iron. (The old-fashioned hand engraving is a craftsmanship called "deep digging.)
No-sunforize (non-shrinkage processing). No-sunforesting, no-sew (non-twist processing) of the kibata.
The material is made with a fine width mimi using an old-fashioned power loom.
Hidden rivets on the back pockets and embroidered initials of Eighty.