■Deerskin leather label
A sleekly designed black deer leather patch is used.
The elegant finish adds an even greater sense of luxury to the jeans.
■Vintage wax processing hip label
The hip flasher, treated by hand with a wax process used in maps from the Age of Exploration, has a unique character in each piece.
■Special deep indigo
The denim, woven with threads that have been specially dyed to an intense color using a unique technique, allows you to enjoy the play of shadows and contrasts. You can enjoy a subtle sheen in the rigid denim due to the denim sizing. Please note that the subtle sheen will diminish with washing.
The fabric is crafted with the highest quality, using Okayama's advanced dyeing and weaving techniques, making it a true masterpiece.
A versatile 13.5-ounce selvedge denim that's comfortable to wear year-round. It features the "red ear," a mark of authenticity that proves it was woven on traditional shuttle looms.
■1970’s design model flared
In Bobson's signature flare silhouette, the selvedge isn't just used at the hem, a common practice with flare designs. Instead, it's thoroughly implemented from the waist to the hem with the red ear detail, which is typical of authentic selvedge.
Constructed in Okayama with Okayama fabric and finishing, the B-1969-XX is a product number that only a select few seamstresses can sew. This marks it as the highest quality within the current Bobson line.
Featuring pure copper rivets with a punch-through design, characterized by threads caught within them, and hidden rivets on the back. As they are worn over time, you can enjoy the natural wear and tarnishing that adds character to the piece.
■Tack button fly
The two-pronged buttons, carefully chosen to evoke a vintage image, fasten the denim strongly with their thick arms.
While mindful of a vintage aesthetic, the thread spacing and thread count have been considered for strength and resistance to fraying. Playful thread colors highlight the stitch work, and as the jeans fade over time, you can enjoy the evolution of their appearance. The threads are designed to fade along with the jeans, allowing you to appreciate the changes with age.
The jeans feature dropped stitching and triangular stitching, characteristic sewing specifications from a time before backstitching was common. With the triangular stitching, strength was achieved in those days through skill and without reliance on machines, by hammering in a button at the end of the stitch.
For jeans that are robust and long-lasting, the loops are made with a vintage specification that raises the center to protect the stitches. This design helps prevent the stitches from breaking, allowing for tough and extended wear over the years.
With meticulous attention to millimeter-level angles and gaps, the curve stitching on the pockets has been slightly relaxed. This adds a touch of softness to the otherwise impactful stitch work.
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This product is rigid denim: raw denim that is inspired by deadstock vintage jeans that you can enjoy the taste of wear and tear by continuing to wear them.
In principle, worn items cannot be returned.
Material: ● Okayama Denim 100% cotton
Leather label Cowhide
Fabric: 13.5oz selvedge denim/ Okayama
made in okayama/japan
*The actual color itself may differ slightly due to monitor environment and settings. The color may differ slightly from the actual color itself due to the environment and settings of your monitor. Each pair of jeans is handmade by craftsmen, so each pair is slightly different from the others.
When ordering, please specify how many centimeters from the hem in the note. We will send you the item with hemming.
For items under the B-1969 product number, including this one, we will accommodate a one-time hem alteration after the product has arrived. We will cover the shipping cost, so please return the item using cash on delivery.
In principle, hemmed items are non-returnable. Please be aware of this.
Please refer to the size guide for details on the position of the inseam.