Caliroots Japanese Selvedge Denim

By - October 17th, 2006

Caliroots Japanese Selvedge Denim

Caliroots presents their first denim piece as a dark raw indigo, Japanese selvedge denim. Woven in Japan, sewn together in one of Europe’s best denim factorys. The Cut is classic Vintage, like a Levis 1947, very similar to the Edwin Nashville. That means its a perfect sneakerfit on the foot, loose over thigh,and overall a regular fit.

Much attention to details, like hidden rivets on backpockets, red selvedge denim, 2 colorway stiching througout, Organic Cotton lined pockets and waist for extra softness and mother earthness. Last but not least the innovation comes: �The Cali Sneaker Protector�, inside of the foot has a stripe of organic cotton(detachable) that covers that raw denim part that usually ruins your preciouss sneakers! Just crazy. [Liquidrice Note: YEA! THAT’S JUST CRAZY!] You do not see the sneaker protector when you wear the jeans. I have seen an early prototype and this thing really does its job and is nicely hidden under the denim.

The denim comes in a limited run of 217 pcs only. Release date is this Friday, October 20th, 12.00 in-store, 13.00 Online. Price is only 1099sek/140USD/120E/15700Yen. I told you, a pretty good price for this stunning product! When we see the 800 USD Neighborhood denim, the 140 USD price here seems suddenly very reasonable for this product. That�s our advice you to be quick on Friday, when the denim is launched on

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