The "World War II Model," an essential part of the jeans story
The World War II model was born at a time when simplification was unavoidable due to material control.
The stitching is painted instead of thread, and the sewing is distorted.
So please enjoy the charm created by the unfinished state.
Expression of "messiness" with Japanese sewing techniques
Distorted stitching on the coin pocket and back pocket.
In addition, there are even places where the thread is not finished.
This is a reproduction of the "messiness" of the time when production efficiency was prioritized.
In today's sewing technology, it is natural to be able to finish the thread neatly.
However, to dare to make it look messy without compromising the strength and durability of the garment
It is a detail that can only be expressed with advanced technology.
A piece to be completed by your hands
There is a secret specification on the back pocket.
Please try to complete the original shape of these jeans by your own hands.
What is the hidden secret of these jeans?
Look closely at the left edge of the right back pocket.
There is a temporary thread that you can't notice at first glance.
When you carefully cut it out...
From there, a red tab appears!
Size/Waist/Length/Front Rise/Back Rise/Thigh Width / Hem Width
W29/75/90/27.5/34.5/27 / 20
W30/79/90/28.5/35.5/27.5 / 21
W31/81/90/29/36.5/28.5 / 21.5
W32/83/90/29.5/37/29 / 22
W33/86/90/30/37.5/29.5 / 22.5
W34/88/90/30.5/38.5/31 / 23
W36/94/90/31.5/39/32.5 / 23.5
W38/98/90/32.5/40/33.5 / 24.5
W40/103/90/33.5/42/35 / 25.5
W42/107/90/35.5/43.5/37 / 26.5
*The size is measured after one wash.