At Jordan Craig, we are continually striving to integrate new technologies with time-tested traditional ones. The “12-Gauge Denim” jean is another example of that.
On the fabric level, we used a slubby denim made from ring spun, rope dyed indigo yarn. Ring spinning and rope dying are slower processes (more expensive) in making denim but these factors contribute in making a denim that will produce beautiful fades.
Then we shot the jean with . Watch the video below to see the process.
Tight tapering from knee to ankle
Made with fire
Hand sanded whiskers
Due to unique washing process, each garment will have its own individual look and may vary in color and tone