NOIR – Broken Twill Jean001

By - April 15th, 2013

NOIR   Broken Twill Jean001

If you can’t pull of these jeans, then you’ve got a serious problem. Cult Japanese denim brand, NOIR, has unveiled their latest creation, the Broken Twill Jean 001’s, putting some old world know-how into their iconically styled jeans. Broken Twill weaves were first used by Wrangler back in the mid-1960’s as a way to help stop the uncomfortable (and unsightly) way that regular jeans twist and bunch, which only gets worse when the twill – traditionally only sewn in one direction – gets washed or stretched. To put a stop to the outseam of the jeans twisting, NOIR used a broken twill construction, alternating the stitch throughout each pair to create a zig-zag pattern that retains a classic style, but without all the unnecessary fuss. On top of the build, NOIR added in copper riveted back pockets, chain-stitched bottom hems and button fly’s and finished the look with a snake skin patch on the waistband, adding a nice touch to both the indigo and black variations. These are available now via Up There stores and online. View both colorways in more detail after the click.

Up There Store
1/11-15 McKillop Street | Map
Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia

NOIR   Broken Twill Jean001

NOIR   Broken Twill Jean001

NOIR   Broken Twill Jean001

NOIR   Broken Twill Jean001

NOIR   Broken Twill Jean001

NOIR   Broken Twill Jean001

NOIR   Broken Twill Jean001

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