Pros: nice Japanese material but assembled in Macau, China
Cons: too small
Pros: Complementing cut, quick fading is fun, doesn't bleed a lot
Cons: Short inseams, indigo looks thin, waist stretches
Denim cotton Stretch Skinny Normal waisted Colored wash Button, zip fly closure Five pockets Rear logo Stitch detailing Small studs Denim cotton Woven
Delave effect Worn effect Skinny Normal waisted Dark wash 4 buttons Five pockets Small studs Delave effect Worn effect Woven
Denim cotton Baggy High waisted Dark wash Button closing Five pockets Cuffed hems Stitch detailing Rear logo Denim cotton Woven
“I used to wear these all of the time. Used to be the gold standard. Now, probably the bronze standard.” --LA Guy
“ I am a thin build girl with skinny hip and bums, I normally wear a size 25 in Paige denim, and thought I give the selvedge raw a try. The 24 of New Standard is too bulky in the high waist leg, so I exchanged for a 24 of the Petit standard, it is way too small. I read that it is suppose to stretch out, but it is painful to even put it on. It is basically a pair of skinny without any...” --cv123
This straight leg jean is wider and more relaxed than the New Standard. No back pocket detail, a clean classic look. Perfect for a larger frame. Vanity sized, so buy them two sizes smaller than the tagged measurement. Made of Selvage Denim. Inseams range from 32" to 35" depending on waist size Follow us on Twitter to receive the fastest update on restocks. APC denim no longer comes...
Delave effect Straight leg Normal waisted Colored wash Button, zip fly closure Five pockets Small studs Logo details Delave effect Woven
Classic five pockets. Concealed hook and eye and button fly closure. Black colour stitching. Silver colur metal rivets. Rise 22cm. Hem 19cm. Made in Japan.
Kapital takes its name from the city of Kojima, which has become known as the "Jean Capital" of Japan. Founded in 1984, the company originally focused exclusively on denim, borrowing heritage production techniques from vintage American workwear. Since opening its first store in 1995 in Kojima, the brand has expanded its vision to produce superior garments inspired by an array of...
“Purchased these in April '12 from Blue Owl Workshop. Fantastic denim. Color is super dark and fades to a saturated, electric blue. The attention to detail on every pair of Momotaro's I've seen and handled is second to none; they literally feel bulletproof. Denim is hefty but still incredibly soft. Fit is a "tight straight," and lives up to the title - fits slim in the top block and thighs...” --El Argentino