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Denim Jean / White Oak Cone Mills Selvedge

Regular price £100.00
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Own a pair of denim jeans from the legendary Cone Mills White Oak plant in North Carolina, the last American selvedge denim producer which has now sadly closed down. Ours is a 3x1 red line selvedge, woven on 1940's x3 Draper shuttle looms, outstanding denim that fades beautifully with wear.   

Overview:

A 13.5oz raw (unwashed/unsanforized) indigo denim jean with a minimal aesthetic. A slim, straight fit, Italian unbranded shanks, rivets and a ghost patch. As the denim ages, the dye will fade beautifully with wear, growing more unique with time, developing a unique patina as it sculpts to your personal wear. Each pair is made to last, having been handcrafted in the Midlands, England.

Details

  • 13.5oz White Oak raw indigo selvedge denim from Cone Mills
  • 100% Cotton
  • Naturally Dyed
  • Raw Denim
  • Button Fly. Italian unbranded shanks and rivets
  • Designed in England, Made in the Midlands, England

Fit 

  • Slim, straight fit
  • Unwashed/unsanforized. Will shrink slightly after washing but will stretch out again after wear
  • 35" Inside Leg
  • For help with sizes consult our sizing guide or send an email to info@ourver.com

Care

  • Wash separately at 30°C
  • Reshape whilst damp, stretching waistband and inside/outside leg 
  • Hang to Dry
  • if necessary iron at a medium temperature
  • Do not tumble, dry clean or bleach

Wearing and Washing

  • The waist will stretch out slightly with wear (they’ll return to their original size after washing but will stretch out slightly again).
  • They come with a long leg length, so it's best to wait until they’ve had a couple of washes before deciding whether-or-not to have them taken up as they can lose up to two inches.
  • Raw denim is best left unwashed for as long as possible, this will help them develop their own unique patina & fades.
  • For that crucial first wash, we recommend washing cold, on their own and with a little detergent.