3sixteen+ 11BSP - Straight Leg Indigo
This variant is currently sold out
Over one year in the making these new jeans are fully produced in Japan with fabric that has been made to the strict specs of 3sixteen+. All the hardware was produced in Japan with 3sixteen+'s branding with Never Scratch rivets that are punch-through but soft to the touch.
The denim on these is a little heavier than our average jean coming in at eighteen ounces per square yard. The fabric was woven exactly to their spec in Ibara City (Okayama Prefecture) and was produced on vintage Toyoda looms, the original Japanese vintage denim loom. The fabric is unsanforized, unsinged, and uncalendared. What this means is that the fabric is completely loomstate, it has not been treated in any way after being woven. This results in a denim which has more character when in it's raw state and ages very well over time, giving you great results in terms of that vintage worn-in jean look.
The 11BSP is a straight leg jean with a medium rise, it's a great fit that works well across the entire spectrum of sizes.
These jeans are made of unsanforized denim, when washed the denim will shrink 1" in the waist and 2" in the length (inseam). Please keep this in mind when choosing your size. The denim will also stretch in the waist up to 1" after approximately 30 wears.
- 18oz Unsanforized Japanese Selvedge Denim
- Unsinged & Uncalendared
- Pure Indigo Dyed Warp Yarns
- Low Tension Slack Weave Denim
- 5x5 Yarn
- Red w/ Gold Spark Lame Thread Selvedge ID
Straight Leg FIt
- Thick Japanese Cowhide Leather Patch
- Custom Copper Punch-Through "Never Scratch" Rivets
- Matte Black Finished Donut Shanks/Buttons
- Hidden Rivets
- All Fabric & Hardware Trimmings Made in Japan
3sixteen+ is an ongoing collaborative project between 3sixteen and Self Edge's Kiya Babzani.
Taking the Japanese ideology of leaving no detail untouched these two entities have come together to create a line which brings the Japanese otaku of denim and classic American styles to the western world. 3sixteen+ are working closely with small Japanese mills to create new denim and fabrics for these projects.